Piece of ± 11 cms x 10 cms, with the front of the jaw Enchodus (4cms) and full tusk about 3cm. It has come out with a clove of Mosasaurus "Leidon anceps" ± 4 cm and a vertebra and unknown piece of bone. This piece has been cleaned in our laboratory and has come out perfect.
Enchodus is an extinct genus of bony fish, its maximum expansion was during the Late Cretaceous. One of the most outstanding attributes of the genre 'are the large "fangs" on the front of the upper and lower jaw and palatine bones.