HUGE Meg Shark Tooth Inlaid with Chrysacolla

Name: Carcharocles megalodon Tooth
Age:  Miocene
Formation:  River Deposits
Location:  South Carolina
Size: Tooth is 6.1 inches long!

Specimen SS301

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Now this is a striking fossil shark tooth. It is an extremely large Meg tooth from the Extinct White Shark, Carcharocles megalodon. This colorful tooth has chrysacolla polished in the center of the tooth, giving it a rich blue-green color. The black and olive-colored enamel on the edges and back of the tooth complements the chrysacolla to make for a very beautiful tooth. But the beauty does not end there! The tooth is HUGE - over six inches long! And the back side of the tooth, serrations, and tip are also very impressive. This is a wonderful display fossil shark tooth for a collection or conversation piece.

A Certificate of Authenticity from EXTINCTIONS is included with this specimen.

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