Shark tooth - Megalodon shark tooth 14.9 cm - Megaselachus megalodon

Description
Shark tooth - Megalodon shark tooth 14.9 cm - Megaselachus megalodon
NEOGENE-Miocene (5.33–23.03 million years) - Indonesia

A beautiful and very large megalodon shark tooth from Cikalong, Indonesia.

The beautiful light-coloured enamel is super smooth and shiny. The tooth was broken during transport from Indonesia.
This tooth was found by miners near Cikalong.

Dimensions: On the longest side 14.9 cm.
Super sharp serration all the way to the tip.

No repairs except for the gluing of the fractures, 100% natural tooth!

Megaselachus megalodon is the largest predatory fish that has ever lived. Its name literally means ''mega shark with mega teeth''. The animal could grow to be more than ten metres long and had teeth the size of a human hand. Megalodon was the terror of the warm seas during Miocene and Pliocene.


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Lot details
Specimen
Shark tooth
Object
Megalodon shark tooth 14.9 cm
Scientific name
Megaselachus megalodon
Origin
Indonesia
Geological Period
NEOGENE-Miocene (5.33–23.03 million years)
Condition
Restored
Weight
300 g
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