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Otodus Megalodon

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1.69"

Little serrated tooth
1.69"

Small megalodon shark tooth
1.75"

Razor sharp little tooth missing the bourlette
1.75"

Nice little meg with dinged tip
1.75"

Small meg with a bit of damage.
1.75"

Old worn and damaged
1.75"

Damaged blond tooth.
1.75"

Little meg
1.75"

Nice sharp little meg
1.75"

A little meg
1.75"

Worn meg
1.75"

A perfect little megalodon
1.75"

Damaged little meg
1.75"

Worn meg
1.75"

little meg
1.75"

Worn posterior meg
1.75"

Tip ding
1.75"

A Florida Megalodon.
1.75"

A Florida Megalodon.
1.75"

Little meg
1.75"

Nice serrated little meg
1.75"

Worn little meg
1.75"

A Carcharocles Megalodon with worn serrations.
1.75"

This tooth is extremely thin
1.75"

serrated little meg
1.75"

Little meg
1.75"

Worn little meg
1.75"

Every once in a while you find a miocene tooth here, shame this one is beat up
1.75"

Worn meg
1.75"

Sharp serrated meg
1.75"

Worn meg
1.75"

This blue colored fossil megalodon tooth has sharp serrations
1.75"

This megalodon has been kicking around for a while
1.75"

Tip ding on this megalodon tooth
1.75"

Colorful megalodon
1.75"

posterior megalodon tooth
1.75"

Worn little megalodon tooth
1.78"

thick worn little meg
1.81"

Worn reddish brown tooth
1.81"

Worn little meg
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