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  1. 1-3/4" Carcharodontosaurus Tooth

    1-3/4" Carcharodontosaurus Tooth

    $495.00

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    This Carcharodontosaurus specimen displays excellent enamel retention. The color of the enamel is a very warm and attractive intermix of brown tones. The serrations of the specimen are very clean. And, the tip is unrepaired and pristine.

    Measurements: 1-3/4" Long x 1" Wide x 1/2" Thick Location: Morocco, North Africa Time Period: Cretaceous ~90 myo

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  2. 3.75" Megalodon Shark Tooth

    3.75" Megalodon Shark Tooth

    $250.00

    This megalodon tooth has fantastic enamel,with minimal hydration lines. The tip is excellent, as are its serrations. It has a nice black burlett on its display side. And, the overall coloration is a gunmetal grey.

    Measurements: ~3-3/4" Long Location: South Carolina, U.S.A. Time Period: Miocene ~ 20 Million Years Old Learn More
  3. 5-1/2" Megalodon tooth

    5-1/2" Megalodon tooth

    $725.00

    This well preserved specimen displays a deep gray tone, full black burlet, excellent secretions and tip. The tooths hydration lines are moderate, being thin and only slight flaking bordering on the burlet. The root is is in very nice condition. This is simply a nicely sized, thick Megalodon tooth. The burlet is full and black, wrapping niely around the entire specimen. We consider this tooth between collector - museum grade.

    Measurements: ~5-1/2" Long Location: South Carolina, U.S.A. Time Period: Miocene ~ 20 Million Years Old Learn More

  4. 5-1/4" Megalodon Shark Tooth

    5-1/4" Megalodon Shark Tooth

    $695.00

    This well preserved tooth displays colors of intermixed black and greys on its display side. Strangely enough however, the toothes front side is almost solid black. The serrations are sharp and clean, leading to a perfect tip. The hydration lines on the enamel and root are minimal. The tooth has a full black burlet on the display side and a thinner burlet on its front. This tooth is between collector - museum grade.

    Measurements: ~5-1/4" Long Location: South Carolina, U.S.A. Time Period: Miocene ~ 20 Million Years Old Learn More

  5. 5-7/8" Megalodon Shark Tooth

    5-7/8" Megalodon Shark Tooth

    $795.00

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    At almost 6" in length, this Megalodon tooth would make a fine addition to any collection. The specimen displays a pristine tip, and nicely preserved serrations. The burlet is exceptionally large, particularly on the tooth's display side. Warm intermixing tones enhance the tooth's enamel, with the enamel showing minimal hydration lines. The root is full and does show some natural hydration. But it is minimal, compared to the overall excellence of this nicely sized Megalodon specimen.

    Measurements: ~5-7/8" Long Location: South Carolina, U.S.A. Time Period: Miocene ~ 20 Million Years Old Learn More

  6. Cave Bear Teeth ($24.50 apiece)

    Cave Bear Teeth ($24.50 apiece)

    $24.50

    These Cave bear molars are hand selected to insure high quality. Each tooth will of course vary a bit in size and shape. We hope you'll entrust us to select a fine specimen for you. Learn More
  7. Chocolate Brown Colored, 5" Megalodon Shark Tooth

    Chocolate Brown Colored, 5" Megalodon Shark Tooth

    $685.00

    Unlike most Meg teeth, this specimen displays an unusual milk chocolate color on both sides.. The tooth's serrations are very good, with no chipping. The tip is excellent.The enamel is nearly flawless with almost no hydration lines. The root is unusually pristine, as well. The burlet is nice and full on the display side. This tooth is between collector - museum grade.

    Measurements: ~5" Long Location: South Carolina, U.S.A. Time Period: Miocene ~ 20 Million Years Old Learn More

  8. Chubutensis Shark Tooth with Bite Mark!

    Chubutensis Shark Tooth with Bite Mark!

    $435.00

    The distinct bite mark on this Carcharocles Chubutensis tooth clearly indicates this shark was locked in battle with an equally formidable adversary. Whether is was for territorial reasons or a possibly a dispute occurred while feeding upon a whale, we will never know.

    The tooth by itself is quite impressive, displaying nice enamel retention with nominal hydration lines in both its root and enamel. The serrations are excellent, as is the tooth's tip. The rear (display) side of the tooth displays a nice full bourlette, interrupted only by the scrap and puncture mark caused by whatever adversary it was battling against. A rare and unusual fossil specimen.

    Measures: ~3-7/8" (root to tip) x 2-1/2" across Location: South Carolina Sate, USA Age: ~25 million years old Learn More
  9. Fossilized Walrus Teeth

    Fossilized Walrus Teeth

    $9.50

    These specimens all show slight permineralization, displaying slightly warm to darker brownish hues. The photo is a good representation of the specimen you will receive. We hope you'll entrust us to choose a fine specimen for you. Measurements: ~ 1-1/2" across Location: St Lawrence Island, Alaska, USA Age: 2500 - 10,000 years

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  10. Ice Age Walrus Skull (Natural Mortality)

    Ice Age Walrus Skull (Natural Mortality)

    $9,750.00

    Specimen height: ~ 26 "tall Specimen depth: (rear crainium - front tusk bend) ~ 14" Specimen Width: ~ 14"

    Tusk Dimension: ~ 16" long Weight (w/ display stand) ~ 30 pounds Location: Saboonga, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska Age: ~ 35,000 BP

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