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Mega Shark Tooth Science –
Collect 5 Real Shark Teeth with National Geographic
MEGALODON REPLICA – Examine this enormous museum-quality Megalodon tooth replica--cast from one of the largest megalodon teeth ever found!
5 HIGH QUALITY FOSSILS – Collect FIVE real shark teeth (each from different species of shark) and start a marine fossil collection
INSPIRE AND EDUCATE – Kids can’t get enough shark facts! This science kit comes with National Geographic’s full-color learning guide to fuel your child’s interest in sharks
SHARKS OF ALL SPECIES – This kit can include teeth from a number of shark species such as tiger, bull, snaggletooth, sand tiger, otodus, lemon shark, and more!
RESPECTED QUALITY – Providing children with the best educational toys, this kit comes with National Geographic’s 100% satisfaction guarantee
Discover the ocean’s fiercest predators with National Geographic’s Mega Shark Tooth Kit!
Children will love getting their hands on these genuine shark teeth! This high-quality collection of shark teeth fossils is a gift that will fascinate any child. Each of these teeth comes from a unique species of shark, and kids will get to identify and learn about each one with the National Geographic learning guide included in this kit. Plus they’ll get to examine an enormous Megalodon tooth replica cast from one of the biggest Megalodon shark teeth ever found!
This science kit includes: One 6” Megalodon tooth replica, 5 real shark teeth from different species of sharks, and National Geographic learning guide
Get this Mega Shark Tooth Kit today and inspire your kids with a passion for nature and science.
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