1" Angustidens Shark Tooth, Summerville, South Carolina, USA

  • $ 100.00


For sale is an excellent Angustidens shark tooth fossil from the much sought after location of Summerville, South Carolina. The enamel smooth and silvery, suggesting that it may have been swallowed and the serrations are well intact. This tooth is in near perfect condition and specimens such as these are not commonly found. A free riker display stand is provided.

Length: 1.07" (27.18mm)

Width: 0.913" (23.21mm)

Weight: 0.069 oz. (1.95 grams)

Carcharocles angustidens is an extinct species of prehistoric megatoothed shark that lived during the Oligocene and Miocene epochs of the Neogene period (22 to 33 mya). As with most extinct shark, this species is known from fossilized teeth and vertebrae. Most Angustidens grew to around 10 meters (32 ft), but there have been fossils found that indicate a larger size. They were apex predators and their diet likely included penguins, dolphins and whales. C. angustidens was smaller than C. megalodon, but it thought to have been related to it.

Species: Carcharocles angustidens

Location: Summerville, South Carolina, USA

Length: 1.07" (27.18mm)

Width: 0.913" (23.21mm)

Weight: 0.069 oz. (1.95 grams)

Era: Cenozoic

Period: Neogene

Epoch: Oligocene to Miocene

Age (MYA): 33 to 22 million years

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