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Otodus Megalodon

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2.06"

Funky color with sharp serrations
2.06"

Decent meg
2.06"

Little lee creek meg
2.06"

Worn meg
2.06"

serrated but damaged
2.06"

Sharp little meg
2.06"

worn meg
2.06"

Serrated little meg
2.06"

Worn little meg
2.06"

This fossil megalodon shark tooth was found in-situ, shame it was in two pieces
2.06"

Worn tooth
2.06"

Worn megalodon shark tooth
2.06"

Worn megalodon
2.06"

Interesting multi coloring
2.06"

Colorful serrated megalodon shark tooth
2.09"

Serrated megalodon tooth
2.13"

Nice serrated meg.
2.13"

Root damage to both lobes on this meg.
2.13"

Damage all over on this meg.
2.13"

This meg has a strip of enamel missing.
2.13"

Damaged little meg.
2.13"

Nice little meg
2.13"

nice serrated meg
2.13"

Serrated meg
2.13"

Razor serrated meg. I like the shape of this one
2.13"

This damaged meg has a nice color
2.13"

Nice little pungo tooth
2.13"

Nice meg from the peace river florida
2.13"

Nice color on this worn meg
2.13"

Worn meg with a nice colro
2.13"

Nice little posterior
2.13"

Another meg
2.13"

shame this tooth has feeding damage
2.13"

Beautiful razor sharp megalodon shark tooth
2.13"

Small but colorful tooth
2.13"

Worn megalodon shark tooth
2.13"

Sharp serrated megalodon tooth
2.13"

Little megalodon shark tooth
2.13"

Thick for its size lower megalodon shark
2.18"

Serrated tooth
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