Super serrations - razor sharp! This Megalodon was found in a limestone quarry in the Caribbean Miocene age. The largest Megalodon teeth on record reached a stagger 7. The Age of the Giant Megalodon Shark C. An exceptional, large black bourlette - complete. I found it diving 40 miles offshore in 100 feet of water.
The picture to the right shows the aftermath of a Megalodon attack on a whale, creating deep groves and gouges that are still evident millions of years later. Sharp serrations with a rounded tip serration. Their teeth were bone crunching and flesh cutting tools, which evolved for grasping powerful prey such as Baleen whales. Fossil collectors, scientists, and hobbyists all want to have Megalodon teeth in their collection. This megatooth shark lived during the Miocene and Pliocene. Razor sharp serrations including an excellent tip serration - nearly perfect. When you hold a Megalodon tooth in your hand, you hold a chunk of history.
The red-brown bourlette bourlette is nearly complete. Almost all the teeth found at the site belonged to juvenile fish. The serrations are razor sharp with an excellent tip serration. The root is a brown and complete with few hydration cracks. The large serrations are razor sharp with a slightly rounded tip serration. Excellent serrations - razor sharp! One of the largest roots that I have seen! Razor sharp serrations including a good tip serration.
Click the page numbers to see additional megalodon teeth. Includes display stand, certificate of authenticity and free worldwide shipping. These fossil shark teeth can be found all over the world but this site will focus on ones found by me, primarily in the Southeast United States including Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. S errations are sharp including a good tip serration. They are ideal for teachers and hobbyists.
These large teeth plus the highest estimated bite force of any animal up to 180,000 newtons allowed the Megalodon to bite through massive prey. The bite force of the Megalodon shark was mind-blowing. A Museum Quality Meg tooth. An exceptional, extra large black bourlette - nearly complete. Note - The limestone is sawed into thin blocks for extraction which totally destroys 99%+ of these Megalodon teeth.
Their teeth were thick and robust, built for grabbing prey and breaking bone. Megalodon teeth are heart-shaped and have serrated edges. Reconstructed jaws on display at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. The root is black colored and complete with small hydration cracks. Highest quality enamel with some hydration cracking. The jet black bourlette is nearly complete. S harp serrations with a rounded tip serration.
Collecting shark teeth is a fun hobby that's shared by people from all around the world. Carcharocles Carcharodon Megalodon The Megalodon Shark was the biggest predatory shark to ever live. These are likely the largest fossilized teeth that you will ever see with some ranging up to 7 inches in size. It is regarded as one of the largest and most powerful fish to have ever lived. One such place is , which holds the title for the shark teeth capital of the world, and for good reason - you can walk down the beach and see shark teeth fragments nearly everywhere you go.
The serrations are razor sharp - near perfect with needle-like tip serration. This Megalodon tooth has an incredible light creamy tan colored crown with interesting light charcoal gray patterning. With 276 teeth distributed over 5 rows, and reaching up to a staggering 7 inches in length, this shark could have eaten anything it wanted. Instead, their skeleton is made of tough tissue called cartilage, similar to the stuff our noses are made of. We're much more than just the leading site for finding shark teeth for sale, we have articles, videos and other content on.
He carried a deadly arsenal of 184 razor sharp teeth. Choose a message especially perfect for the half teeth! Display as an award, an ornament or window decor. Second, megalodon teeth have a prominent V shaped band of enamel on the lingual curved side called a chevron or bourlette that is absent from great white shark teeth. This Megalodon has an incredible dark blue colored crown with an excellent brown bourlette. An exceptional collector's tooth from the old days at Lee Creek mine! These large teeth plus the highest estimated bite force of any animal up to 180,000 newtons allowed the Megalodon to bite through massive prey. This is a giant Megalodon tooth at a great price.
Top quality teeth are comparatively rare and can be quite expensive. High quality enamel - very glossy! The photos of representative of the fossil tooth you will receive and the packaging that it comes in. I do not consider myself an expert on shark teeth, fossils, or scuba diving; however I have had some success finding fossilized shark teeth while scuba diving in the Southeast. Note - The limestone is sawed into thin blocks for extraction which totally destroys 99%+ of these Megalodon teeth. The enamel, bourrelet and root could not be much nicer.