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-Tooth size: 4&9/16" long. Shark teeth are measured from the tip to the end of the longest root.
-Species: Carcharocles megalodon
-Notes: A beautifully preserved collector's specimen. There are a few missing serrations, but overall an excellent tooth to display. The C.megalodon could reach sizes up to three times larger than today's Great White shark! Acrylic stand, not included.
-Age: Miocene Epoch, 23-16 million years ago
-Location: Hawthorn Group, Georgia,
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