Fossilized Megalodon Shark Tooth  (052020f)




 Fossilized Megalodon Shark Tooth  (052020f)

Tooth with Two Clam Borrows 
• Name: Carcharocles megalodon
• Age: Oligocene to Pliocene
• Formation: Hawthrone Formation
• Location: Charleston, South Carolina

Specifics:   Large Heavy Tooth ! –  Very Special Tooth that tells a great story!!!  Sharks would regularly lose their teeth while eating. Usually from biting down on large boned animals. Sometime after this tooth was dislodged and dropped to the ocean floor, a pair of clams (Mollusks) found it and decided to bore into it seeking food and possibly a home.   Great specimen to tell a story of interaction occurrences between prehistoric species.

Tooth Specifics:

  • Length – 5 & 5/8  inches
  • Full Tooth – Yes
  • Serrations –  no
  • Tip –slight ding
  • • For a more detailed explanation on Megalodon Sharks ….click here:
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Price is $200.00

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 7 × 7 in