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Sharktooth Hill Fossil Shark Teeth available - 

Please click on Scientific Names (colored text in italics) below to quickly go to catalog or page down for C. megalodon and P. benedeni teeth (below). We also added a very nice selection of rare Miocene mammals - see links below. Added new "fire zone" material with extraordinary colors including Isurus planus, Isurus desori, Isurus hastalis, Galeocerdo, Hexananchus, and Sphryna teeth - have a look! Also see the ultra rare Sharktooth Hill mammal material listed below.

Scientific Name

Common Name

Alledesmus kernensis                             New  Extinct Primitive Sea Lion
Aulophyseter morricei                             New  Extinct Sperm Whale
Carcharhinus egertoni  Requiem shark
Carcharhinus egertoni - Olcese  Requiem shark
Carcharhinus limbatus  Requiem shark
Carcharias acutissima - Olcese  Sand shark
Carcharias ferox - Olcese  Sand shark
Carcharocles megalodon  Extinct Giant White shark
Cetorhinus maximus  Basking shark
Desmostylus herperus                            New  Extinct Hippo-like Mammal
Echinorhinus blakei                Bramble shark
Dasyatis sp.                           Sting ray - female species
Dasyatis sp.                             Sting ray - male species
Galeocerdo aduncus  Extinct Tiger shark
Galeocerdo contortus  Extinct Tiger shark
Galeocerdo contortus - Olcese  Extinct Tiger shark
Galeorhinus galeus                 Soupfin shark
Hexanchus andersoni  Six-gilled or cow shark
Hemipristis serra  Snaggle-tooth shark
Hemipristis serra - Olcese  Snaggle-tooth shark
Heterodontus sp.                     Horn shark
Isurus desori        Narrow-tooth Mako shark
Isurus desori - Olcese              Narrow-tooth Mako shark
Isurus hastalis - uppers  Big-tooth Mako shark
Isurus hastalis - lowers  Big-tooth Mako shark
Isurus hastalis - matrix  Big-tooth Mako shark
Isurus hastalis - narrow form    Narrow-tooth Mako shark
Isurus planus  Hook-tooth Mako shark
Neotherium mirum                                 New  Extinct Primitive Sea Lion
Parotodus benedeni  False Mako shark
Prosqualodon errabundus                     Extinct Giant Primitive Dolphin
Scyliorhinus sp.                       Extinct Cat shark
Shark Vertebrae                                      New  Extinct Shark Vertebra
Sphryna lewini                                         New  Scalloped Hammerhead shark
Sphryna zygaena                                    New  Smooth Hammerhead shark
Sphryna zygaena - Olcese                 Hammerhead shark
Squalus occidentalis  Dogfish shark
Squalus occidentalis - Olcese  Dogfish shark
Squatina lericheii.  Angel shark

*** Click here to go to Sharktooth Hill locality information and photos. ***

Sharktooth Hill Mammal species available - These are some of best of the Bob Ernst collection!

Scientific Name

Common Name

Alledesmus kernensis                             New  Extinct Primitive Sea Lion
Aulophyseter morricei                             New  Extinct Sperm Whale
Desmostylus herperus                            New  Extinct Hippo-like Mammal
Neotherium mirum                                  New  Extinct Primitive Sea Lion
Prosqualodon errabundus                     Extinct Giant Primitive Dolphin

Sharktooth Hill C. megalodon & P. benedeni teeth -->

Note - all teeth sizes are slant height unless otherwise noted. Click on photos to enlarge.

Carcharocles megalodon (Extinct Giant White shark) - these middle Miocene aged Meg teeth from Sharktooth Hill are very rare and high quality. These are one of the rarest Megs to find - much rarer than any of the Megs from the No.Carolina, So. Carolina, Florida, etc. The rarest of them all! They exhibit early to middle Miocene Meg characteristics with very coarse serrations, root ends with indentations for interlocking, and many with root "ears" where the crown meets the root. One of the rarest Megs to find and collect! New material from the Bob Ernst estate sale. Catalog updated February 1, 2011.

Item Size Price Cat. No. Comments
5"

(3-13/16" W)

SOLD ST461  An EXTRA LARGE, rare "White" Megalodon tooth from Sharktooth Hill. Upper jaw anterior tooth. Tooth has an interesting white colored enamel mtht is well preserved and has little peel.  The bourlette is an excellent brown color and complete. The root is a lighter tan and complete. Exceptional color and preservation! The serrations are incredible, large (Peru-like!), and near complete except for some minor feeding damage to tip. Note -  the distinct deep interlocking grooves along the side of the root lobes. This characteristic is only seen in the early to middle Miocene Megs - very unique!  A near Museum quality specimen. No repair!  Rare to see these middle Miocene Megs at Sharktooth Hill!    Reverse Photo.   Serration Photo.
4-3/16" SOLD ST463  A GORGEOUS Meg tooth with incredible color. Tooth has a highly desirable pink - tan color with little enamel peel.  The bourlette is an attractive brown color. The root is a lighter tan and complete. Exceptional color and preservation! The serrations are incredible, large (Peru-like!), and near complete except for some minor feeding damage to tip. Note -  the interlocking indentations along the side of the root lobes. This characteristic is only seen in the early to middle Miocene Megs - very unique!  A near Museum quality specimen. No repair!  Rare to see these middle Miocene Megs!   Reverse Photo.  

Link to Megalodon Lover's Guide -->  Megalodon Lover's Guide

Parotodus benedeni (the False Mako shark) Below is a very rare tooth from P. benedeni. These teeth exhibit an incredibly massive root and a heavy crown that is only characteristic to this unique species. Here's your chance to own a rare P. benedeni from Sharktooth Hill.  Old material from the Bob Ernst estate sale. Catalog updated December 1, 2013. 

Item Size Price Cat. No. Comments
2-3/8" $750 ST400

New

 A very rare, TOP QUALITY Parotodus benedeni tooth from Sharktooth Hill, California. This tooth has a highly desirable light tan enamel and a very massive root. This Parotodus benedeni tooth is good sized at 2-3/8". The crown enamel has good luster and sharp edges. High quality enamel! NO repair! A very difficult tooth to locate. AN EXCEPTIONAL Collector's tooth!  The BEST of the BEST!    Reverse Photo.      Profile Photo.
1-13/16" SOLD ST401  An excellent, extra rare Parotodus benedeni - anterior tooth. Tooth has a highly desirable light tan enamel. The root is massive and complete with essentially no hydration cracks (unusual for a Beni!). The crown enamel has good luster and sharp edges. Minor feeding damage to the tip is the only flaw with this tooth. This rare P. benedeni is a near museum quality specimen.  Reverse Photo.    Profile Photo

Sharktooth Hill Catalog links:

| Sharktooth Hill | C. megalodon | I. desoriI. desori - Olcese Fm. | I. hastalis-Uppers | I. hastalis-Lowers | I. hastalis-Matrix | I.planus | P. benedeni   | Prosqualodon Hemipristis | H. andersoni | Squatina | S. occidentalisG. contortus | G.contortus symphyseal | G.aduncus | Cetorhinus | Carcharhinus |

 


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