These are real fossil Oreodont (Merycoidodon gracilis) teeth from the Brule Formation in South Dakota. There were once on display at the Hobberlin Museum.
This extinct family of even-toed ungulates were generally hog-like in appearance but more closely related to camels. They ranged from sheep to cattle size and were primarily grassland browsers.
These specimens come framed in ~4.25" wide riker mounts and they are roughly 32 million years old.
These can be shipped worldwide!
**Price is per specimen, and the photos are representative of the variation you may receive.**