This is a fantastic, 18.5" wide association plate from the Upper Cretaceous marine deposits near Khourigba, Morocco. There are 10 associated vertebrae of a large shark, most likely Serratolamna. There are also several shark teeth of both Serratolamna and Squalicorax, numerous fossil fish vertebrae, several teeth of the fanged fish Enchodus and other fossil bone fragments.
The preparation on this piece is top notch and there is no compositing or restoration. It is backed with the original plaster jacket to add stability to the rock and displays well on the included display stand.
A beautiful display piece.