Completely natural fossil tooth of the biggest shark that ever lived.
This was found in a river near to Sukabumi in West Java, where the river has cut through the local limestone deposit, eroding out its fossils.
The size measured from the tip to the farthest part of the root is 11.5cm.
Affordable example, no reserve price.
- Scientific name
- Carcharocles megalodon
- Geological Period
- NEOGENE-Miocene (5.33–23.03 million years)
- Good condition