Backside of a fossil shark's tooth (Megalodon?). One of the largest
ever excavated in Florida. On display at the Paleo Preserve (www.paleopreserve.org).
Loki and Lex, gigamelted, mrs.origami, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.
96 months ago | reply
You can get a replica of this tooth from Bone Clones for $64US.
7 1/8 Inch Megalodon Shark Tooth (Replica) KO-008www.boneclones.com/KO-008.htm
90 months ago | reply
Absolutely amazing. Edges still look serrated.
60 months ago | reply
51 months ago | reply
You know, I've been thinking about this particular specimen and I've had this nagging doubt. I never actually held this tooth. I wonder if it is a real fossil, or a gussied up version of the Bone Clones model. Is it really the source of the replica, or a replica itself? I don't really know, I just assumed and now I am questioning my recollection. I'll have to go back and visit sometime to confirm it's legit.
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47 months ago | reply
Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Nature Nerds, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
45 months ago | reply
DUDE! That is crazy huge! I just got through designing one of these to be worn as a neckpiece for a man. Heehee.... This is more gun-holster sized! Beautiful condition..
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42 months ago | reply
Oh, man! Luck!
Carlos Andrés Restrepo
37 months ago | reply
Hi Jason, I found recently this tooth in a Chilean store, they told me it was found in Atacama desert. according to the image, its maybe possible to check (more or less, of course) type of shark and roughly how old is the tooth?
Thanks and regards.
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