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Otodus Megalodon

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3.75"

Razor sharp megalodon shark tooth with some feeding damage
3.75"

A meg is a meg
3.81"

WOW, this megalodon shark tooth is amazing it is hard to get them much better than this, bigger yes, better difficult. The serrations on this thing are razor sharp. What a awesome tooth
3.81"

Another killer razor sharp megalodon shark tooth. This super sweet posterior tooth measuers 1.5" on the slant and is 1.88" wide. This tooth is just super cool
3.88"

Found this Meg on two seperate trips.
3.88"

This tooth is a little beat up but it is serrated and has a nice color
3.88"

Serrated black megalodon shark tooth
3.88"

Found this tooth is two pieces months apart
3.88"

Awesome, razor serrated megalodon shark tooth with minor feeding damage to the tip
3.94"

Wow the color of this tooth is so awesome. I've never a large tooth this color from this area Such a shame that there is some damage to the root.
3.94"

Shame this nice meg has some feeding damage
4"

The serrations are worn on this meg.
4"

What a bummer, this tooth has some of the most awesome colors around from blue to pink to brown, but of course it has feeding damage.
4"

This meg has seen better days
4"

At first i thought this was just a worn meg. After further inspection i notice alot of strange things with the tooth. The nickes on the side could be natural wear however there are other things that are not which lead me to think it was worked by indians. Both root lobes have been flattened out and the u in the root has been deepened. On the back of the rooth the root has been carved out by about .25" and you can clearly see deeper groves which appear to have been caused by a tool. The front of the tooth also has marks like this but i could not capture them in a picture. Click here to see the back of the tooth
4"

Nice Miocene Meg from Virginia thanks to Tropical Storm Hanna.
4"

Colorful megalodon tooth with minor damage to a lobe
4.03"

Such a shame these things had to eat. Perfect except for the massive amount of feeding damage
4.06"

Awesome razor sharp glossy meg with great root preservation. This tooth just looks super awesome. Such a shame there is some feeding damage towards the tip
4.06"

The cream white color to the blade of this sharp serrated meg is pretty cool. I don't have many teeth this color. There is a slight bit of root rot
4.06"

Such a shame these things had to eat
4.06"

A great megalodon. I love the blue color of this tooth.
4.13"

I love these cream colored teeth. I found this megalodon while searching for more pieces of the gomp tooth I was finding. A bit of the white bourlette is missing.
4.13"

Wow what an awesome tooth from the creek. There are only a couple half nicked serrations and the color especialy on the bourlette is awesome
4.13"

Megalodon shark tooth, some visible serrations
4.13"

A few imperfections keep this screamer from being perfect
4.13"

Shame this megalodon tooth got a case of the funk, still has a sweet color
4.19"

Sweet black serrated megalodon shark tooth. I like the little red and white towards the tip
4.25"

Nice complete tooth. It's odd that this tooth is completely worn but still has some hard matrix attached. Maybe its reworked.
4.25"

This lower meg is in great shape. Only damage is a slight ding to the tip. I like how the bourlette is multi colored. My first over four from the creek
4.25"

The serrations have worn off this tooth but its still nice.
4.31"

Awesome lower meg. The serrations on this bugger are flawless. Only bit damage is a small amount of the bourlette is missing and a little crack in the root. Found this guy with a tiny part of the root and a few serrations sticking out.
4.31"

Larger reworked meg
4.38"

Another great serrated meg, there is a little peel on the front side
4.38"

Nice thick lower anterior megalodon shark tooth. I really like these cream colored teeth.
4.38"

Super colorful, serrated megalodon tooth.
4.38"

Shame these things have to eat
4.44"

Awesome sharp serrated carcharocles megalodon. The tooth is in great shape and has a wicked outward curve on the towards the tip which didn't survive a feeding.
4.44"

Awesome lower megalodon, little feeding damage here and there
4.44"

What a beautiful megalodon shark tooth. Tooth is razor sharp and has a neat lightning pattern on the crown. Little tip dingage as well
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