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Uncommon Carcharocles chubutensis Tooth
Stock Number  STSCM731

Name:   Carcharocles chubutensis Tooth
Age:  Miocene
Formation:  Hawthorn Formation
Location:  South Carolina
Size:  Tooth is 2.6 inches long
Price:  $79.00



Here is a very unusual shark tooth from North Carolina. This is a beautiful Carcharocles chubutensis (Carcharocles subauriculatus) tooth from the Pungo River Formation. This distinct "Meg" tooth is quite long, has a substantial root, and has both small cusps still intact. The large serrations are nicely intact and extremely sharp. The tooth has very interesting color - the olive-grey enamel is quite striking. This is a very cool example of this highly uncommon "Meg" tooth.

A Certificate of Authenticity from EXTINCTIONS is included with this specimen.






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