*SHARP* Megalodon Shark Tooth Fossil, 3.5" 9cm

  • $ 160.00


For sale is a nicely preserved Megalodon shark tooth. The serrations are still very sharp and the enamel is almost spotless but there is some erosion done to the gum, as the photos show. Please examine the photos carefully. This fossil would make a great addition to a collection or a unique gift.

This tooth is 100% genuine with no repairs or restorations and was measured with a calliper to ensure accuracy.

Specifications of Tooth:

Length: 3.575” (90.81mm)

Width:  2.833” (71.97mm)

Weight: 82.96 grams (2.927 oz.)

This Megalodon tooth is 15.9 to 2.6 million years old. Megalodon sharks swam the prehistoric seas during the middle Miocene to the late Pliocene epochs of the Cenozioc Era. This shark was the largest predatory marine creature to ever swim the Earth’s oceans, vastly outweighing both the modern Great White Shark and ancient marine reptiles such as Plesiosaurs and Pliosaurs. Megalodon could grow to more than 60 feet and weighed 100 hundred tons.

Length: 3.575” (90.81mm)

Width:  2.833” (71.97mm)

Weight: 82.96 grams (2.927 oz.)

Location: USA

Genus/Species: C. megalodon (genus is still being disputed)

Geological era: Cenozoic

Period: Neogene

Epochs: Early Miocene to Late Pliocene

Age (MYA): 23 to 2.6 Million Years Ago

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