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Megalodon Teeth

Megalodon shark teeth come from Carcharodon Megalodon, the largest shark that ever lived. These megalodon fossil teeth date from the Miocene and Pliocene epics of the Cenozoic Era. Fossilicious has genuine specimen Megalodon Teeth for sale at affordable prices no matter your budget. These teeth are a must have for every collector! Kids and adults alike are awed by their size and you may find the perfect tooth at a price far less than you imagine. The megalodon teeth we carry are 50% to 100% complete. Because of this we are able to offer great prices on very nice teeth.

Carcharodon Megalodon prowled the oceans during the Miocene and Pliocene epochs of the Cenozoic Era, between 2 million and 16 million years ago.

While little is known for sure about these giant denizens of the deep, we do know that they hunted large animals-whales. Providing nourishment for 48 tons of raw powered muscle is no slight task. Whale bones have been found with meg teeth embedded in them. Like all sharks the loss of a tooth or two was not a big deal. They grew new teeth to replace any that might be lost while snacking.

All sharks have cartilage instead of true bones. This is what your ears and nose are made from. Cartilage does not fossilize well. Because of that the only remains of their existence are fossilized teeth. But what teeth they are! These giant shark teeth range in size from 3 inches long to 7 inches long. They are massive things that can be bigger than a man’s hand. To put this in perspective compare meg teeth to a great white the closest living relative. A large great white shark measures about 20 feet long and weighs a little over 2 tons. Their teeth measure about 1.5 inches long. Estimates of the size of Megalodon vary widely but conservative estimates say at least 40 feet.

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