Chocolate Brown Colored, 5" Megalodon Shark Tooth

Chocolate Brown Colored, 5" Megalodon Shark Tooth

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Quick Overview

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

More Information:

Carcharodon Megalodon (meaning giant tooth) was the largest and most powerful predatory fish that has ever lived. Megalodon also had the strongest bite force of any animal that has ever lived, at up to 18 tons. That bone crushing jaw strength allowed it to commonly hunt whales for its meals. Its teeth were similar in structure to today's Great White but significantly larger. Some Megalodon teeth have been measured over 7" in length. Compare that to the average 3" tooth size of a modern Great white and one can begin to imagine the size and power of Carcharodon Megalodon. The beast could grow to over 30 meters long.