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Miocene-Pliocene Epochs approx. 2 million to 24 million years ago. Extinct for over 2 million years. Carcharocles Megalodon was the largest shark to ever swim the ocean. Reaching a length of approximately 30-70 feet, this shark was more than three times the size of the biggest modern Great White shark.
Fossil 4 3/4" Huge Black " Megalodon Shark " Tooth - 121mm - attractive Wood display Stand included
Tooth Size: 4 3/4" L2 x 4 1/2" L1 x 3 3/4" root width ( 121 mm x 114 mm x 95 mm )
Each inch is equal to 10 feet. The ancient Shark that lost this tooth was almost 50 feet long!
My biggest Tooth is almost 7 inches long!
There is so much to learn about Megalodon Sharks and Prehistoric Shark teeth.
Like how to recognize the bite marks left by ancient Sharks on their own teeth, as they lose them feeding on an ancient Whale or another prehistoric animal!
This is a very collectible Megalodon Tooth. Almost perfect serrations! A big beautiful, collectible fossil! The color of the sediment and minerals it absorbed for Millions of years!