This nautical style wall decor has a Manta Ray silhouette made up of little Shark tooth fossils (further description below). The wood I used is Hawaiian Marbled Lychee and decorated on it is Pacific driftwood from Washington, beach agates from Oregon, sea shells and starfish from Florida, a sand dollar from Cape Cod, sea glass and beach tumbled pottery shards from Puerto Rico, Madagascar sea jasper, and a small Megalodon shark tooth fossil from Florida.
These shark teeth fossils are ethically sourced on Blind Pass park beach on Manasota Key, Florida. All of these fossil teeth date to the Miocene Epoch ( 5-25 million years ago). Most of these teeth are from Bull, Reef, Black Tip, White Tip, Dusky, Silky, Hammerhead, Snaggle-tooth, Lemon, Sand Tiger and Tiger sharks.
Approximately 12 inches (30.5 cm) by 8.5 inches (21.6 cm).