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Otodus Megalodon

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Worn meg
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Worn meg
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Razor sharp serrations
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Worn meg
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a nice meg
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Worn little meg
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Nice meg, my first from floridia
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a little megalodon
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A tooth that appears to have been swollowed by the shark or has been subject to the NC elements too long.
2"

Worn meg
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Worn meg
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Nice little meg
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A Carcharocles Megalodon shark tooth from the Famous Calvert Cliffs of Maryland.
2"

A worn red meg.
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worn meg
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Worn meg
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Razor shapr meg
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worn meg
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Nice sharp meg
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Meg
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smaller meg
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Worn meg
2"

Nice white megalodon shark tooth
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Nice colored megalodon tooth
2"

The serrations on this tooth take a ninety degree turn on one side where they meet the root.
2"

Shame this razor sharp tooth has damage
2"

Sharp serrated megalodon
2"

Little megalodon tooth
2"

Worn but colorful tooth
2"

Megalodon tooth with feeding damage
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Worn old megalodon
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This tooth has some root damage
2.0"

dont find many complete here
2.03"

Perfect little posterior megalodon shark tooth
2.06"

The serrations are still visible on this tooth.
2.06"

I found this small posterior meg the trip before they closed the beach for dangerous cliff conditions. I must have angered the meg gods in the past because I usually don't find megs especially in good condition.
2.06"

Worn meg
2.06"

Tooth has visible serrations
2.06"

Worn meg
2.06"

Beat up meg
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