Megalodon Shark Tooth Replica - White

Megalodon Tooth - The prehistoric megalodon shark was the largest predatory fish known to have ever existed. This specie's name, meaning "big tooth" is fitting with some teeth measuring over 7 inches in length. Beyond teeth, fossils of this species are rare but accepted estimates of it's massive size range from 50 to 70 feet in length. Fossil evidence shows that megalodon fed on large marine animals such as mosasaurs, fish and whales.*

Length: 16 cm (6.3 in)

  • Megaldon Shark (Carcharocles megalodon):

    • Megalodon was one of the largest predators to ever exist on Earth, with estimates suggesting it could reach lengths of up to 82 feet (25 meters) or more.
    • It lived approximately 23 to 3.6 million years ago, during the Cenozoic Era.
    • Megalodon was a carnivorous shark that primarily hunted large marine mammals, such as whales.
    • Its massive jaws contained rows of serrated teeth, capable of slicing through thick blubber and bone.
    • The extinction of Megalodon is still a subject of debate among scientists, but it is believed to have disappeared around 3.6 million years ago.
  • Megalodon Shark Teeth:

    • Megalodon teeth are among the largest and most impressive fossilized shark teeth ever discovered, some exceeding 7 inches (18 centimeters) in length.
    • These teeth have distinct serrations on their edges, which helped Megalodon efficiently grasp and cut into its prey.
    • Fossilized Megalodon teeth provide valuable insights into the size and biology of this prehistoric shark.
    • They are often collected by fossil enthusiasts and researchers, with some specimens revealing clues about Megalodon's age, diet, and distribution.
    • Megalodon teeth are highly sought after by collectors and can be found in various sizes and conditions, making them popular artifacts in the world of paleontology and fossil collecting.

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