From the Kem Kem formation in Morocco, these prehistoric fish teeth are from the genus Enchodus, members of the lobe-finned fish. Nick-named the "Saber tooth herring" these fish have distinct fang like teeth.
As these are real fossils, each tooth will be unique in colour, shape and size. There may be minor damage and minor restoration done. They have been placed into the matrix, and are composites.
Each tooth will come with an informational tag.