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Georgia Fossil Shark Teeth available - 

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Scientific Name

Common Name

 Carcharocles megalodon     Georgia  Extinct Giant White shark
 Carcharocles megalodon     No. Carolina  Extinct Giant White shark
 Carcharodon carcharias  Great White shark
 Isurus hastalis  Extinct Big-Tooth shark

About the Georgia Locality - 

Georgia is producing more extraordinary colored shark teeth from the rivers in and around Camden county.  Teeth are recovered in gravel holes at the bottom of these rivers. Divers must fight off rapid currents and little to no visibility in water depths of 30-50 feet to find their prize. These teeth are from the Hawthorne Formation - Miocene in age (15 million years ago).

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