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  1. Hexanchus colinsonae                          
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     very rareGEM lower Eocene age Hexanchus colinsonae lower jaw tooth from the Isle of Sheppey, Kent, UK.  Very well preserved - excellent condition. 

    UK021             SIZE: 11/16"

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  2. Carcharodon megalodon
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    An ultra rare, ~5" GEM Incredibly Deep Red North Carolina Carcharocles megalodon, upper jaw Principal Anterior tooth from the copper-red site. It has an incredible deep red colored crown. Exceptional color! Note - you rarely see a copper-red Megalodon shark tooth that has a top quality crown, root and serrations - a top .1% tooth from this site! This is one of the finest big Megs from this site and I would say the finest deep red colored big Meg tooth from this site! This is also one of the earliest Megs coming from the copper-red site. Found in 2002! NO repair! The BEST of the BEST!

    NC014         SIZE: 4-15/16

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  3. Carcharocles megalodon 
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    The October 2015 Week #4 Fossil of the Month is a LARGE, GEM Megalodon PRINCIPAL ANTERIOR upper jaw tooth from the Bolan Hall Creek, Jasper Co., So. Carolina. A gorgeous symmetrical Meg with a greenish - tan crown. High quality enamel. The brown bourlette is incredible, very glossy, anbd essentially complete. The serrations are incredibly sharp -" razor-like" with an exceptional tip serration and nearly perfect! Incredible serrations for a bigger So. Carolina Meg - among the finest (see the close photos)! The root is complete, nicely articulated, few hydration cracks and a nice brown color. Exceptional symmetry - the perfect shaped Meg. This Megalodon is an exceptionally well preserved. NO repair or restoration. AN EXCEPTIONAL MEG. MUSEUM QUALITY. The BEST of the BEST! If you are looking for a top quality Meg from an unusual location, this is the tooth for your collection! Be sure to see all of our Fossil Teeth of the Month selections.

    SC063            SIZE: 5-3/8" (3-1/2" W)

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  4. Carcharocles megalodon
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    The Decemberber 2016 Fossil of the Month is a GEM light blue colored Megalodon - upper jaw ANTERIOR tooth. Fantastic colors - a mix of light blue and tan. Highest quality enamel - glass-like surface. The finest enamel preservation - very rare! An exceptional black bourlette - complete. Razor sharp serrations including an exceptional tip serration. The root is incredible - a medium brown, nicely articulated, and complete with small hydration cracks on the display side. One of the finest preserved Megalodon teeth that I have seen. An exceptional collector's Megalodon tooth from a new Georgia site. One of my favorite sites. A PERFECT Georgia Megalodon tooth. BEST of the BEST!

    G107           Size: 4-3/4"

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  5. Carcharocles angustidens                     
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    TOP QUALITYEXTRA LARGE Angustidens tooth - a wide upper jaw anterior tooth from the Wando River, SC. This Angustidens tooth is exceptionally large - nearly 4" - a size rarely seen with a Angustidens.  The color is excellent.  The enamel quality is exceptional. The serrations are razor sharp including the tip. The bourlette is excellent and essentially complete. The root is excellent and complete. Note - several small root face "pits" were filled to improve the aesthetic appearance. Excellent symmetry. This is a rare sized, well preserved Angustidens tooth.  AN EXCELLENT Collector's tooth!  

    SC059            SIZE: 3-7/8" 3" W

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  6. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A 6" GEM Megalodon tooth - upper jaw PRINCIPAL ANTERIOR tooth from northern Peru. The crown has an incredible light tan colored enamel with tan root and bourlette. Highest quality enamel. The bourlette is a light pink color wit some missing. The serrations are extra large and 100% complete including an incredible;"needle-like" tip serration. Peruvian Megs have some of the largest and most well preserved serrations. Fantastic. The root is very nicely articulated and complete. The root also has the small grooves on the root ends. Definitely a Miocene age Megalodon tooth. It will rival the absolute best from Bone Valley and Lee Creek. Excellent color. Incredible condition. No Repair or Restoration. MUSEUM QUALITY. A gorgeous collector's grade Peruvian Meg.

    P001            SIZE: 5-15/16"

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  7. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A GEM BLACK & BROWN colored Megalodon - upper jaw ANTERIOR tooth. An exceptional black and brown crown on the display side and mottled black and brown reverse. Cool colors! Highest quality enamel. The large brown bourlette is complete. Razor sharp serrations and tip. The serrations are essentially complete with damage to one - rare for a bigger Meg! The root has no hydration cracks and is complete. Also rare for a bigger Meg! A GEM BLACK & BROWN Meg tooth.  It could have been a FOTM selection. A killer collector's tooth!

    SC004         Size: 5"   (3-3/4" W)

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  8. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A GEM, ~5-1/4" Classic Lee Creek Megalodon tooth - ANTERIOR tooth. Our 2nd January 2017 Fossil of the Month. This Megalodon has an incredible light blue colored crown with an exceptional mahogany brown bourlette and mostly complete. Highest quality enamel. Exceptional tan & light blue color! The bourlette is excellent and near perfect. The serrations are razor sharp with an exceptional tip serration. PERFECT serrations - razor sharp. Exceptional serrations for a big Meg! The root is an excellent light tan color with essentially no hydration cracks and absolutely complete. This Megalodon was found in the Pungo River Formation, Lee Creek mine, NC (Miocene age = 14.5 MYA). Note -  the "root ears"on the root and the small cutting edge bump at the base.  One of the finest examples of a classic Lee Creek Miocene Megalodon tooth considering the shape, color, and preservation. An exceptional collector's tooth from the old days at Lee Creek mine! Museum Quality Megalodon. One of the finest 5"+ Lee Creek Meg teeth that I have offered. This is the 5"+ Lee Creek Meg to own if you can only own one! Absolutely NO repair. Best of the BEST!

    LC005            Size: 5-3/16"

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  9. Goniatities sp. , an early Ammonite relative
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    An exceptional, EXTRA LARGE polished ammonite showing the intricate internal chamber structure. The Ammonite is incredibly large at 9-1/2"! The rock matrix is a beautiful material and the Ammonite cavities are mineral filled! The ammonite is beautifully polished on all sides and is displayed using a natural rectangular matrix stand with large Orthoceras . Exceptional preservation and detail. An incredible display item. The largest Moroccan ammonite that I have seen!  Best of the BEST.

    Name: Goniatities sp. , Age: Devonian (350 MM years ago), Location: Atlas Mt., Morocco

    Note - the base is 8-3/4" x 4" x 3". Overall height with base is 11".   International shipping cost will be calculated. Please request quote.

    M2020         Size: 9-1/2"

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  10. Carcharocles megalodon 
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    The May 2015 Fossil of the Month. My BEST GEM, EXTRA LARGE Megalodon PRINCIPAL ANTERIOR upper jaw tooth from the Ashapoo River, So. Carolina. A "PICTURE" Meg with a gorgeous light brown ("Ashapoo") crown with charcoal colored "clouds". Highest quality enamel. The medium brown bourlette is incredible, very glossy, nearly complete, and very showy. The serrations are incredibly large and sharp with an excellent tip serration, and 100% complete - perfect! Incredible serrations for a big Meg - among the finest (see the close photos)! The root is complete, nicely articulated, few hydration cracks and a gorgeous chocolate brown color. Excellent symmetry. This Megalodon is an exceptionally well preserved. Weighs more than 1 lb. NO repair or restoration. AN EXCEPTIONAL BIG MEG. MUSEUM QUALITY. This Meg is definitely with in the top three 6"+ Megs that I have seen. An INCREDIBLY SPECIAL BIG Meg. The BEST of the BEST! If you are looking for the "PERFECT" BIG MEG, they do not get any better than this one! Ashapoo River, So. Carolina Meg. Be sure to see all of our Fossil Teeth of the Month selections!

    SC062              SIZE: 6-5/16" (4-7/8" W)

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  11. Paraspirifer bownockeri
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    A LARGE pyrite replaced Paraspirifer bownockeri brachiopod. Both valves present  -a complete specimen. More than 1-1/4" thick and heavy! This is a Devonian (395 mya) brachiopod from the Silica Shale Fm., Sylvania, Ohio. A gorgeous display piece!

    Y001          SIZE: 1-7/8"

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  12. Carcharoides totuserratus
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    A GEM Carcharoides totuserratus, a rare and exotic Lamniforme fossil shark tooth. The best that you will find. Miocene age from Argentina. For the rare tooth collector! The BEST of the BEST!

    A001          Size: 7/8"

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  13. Tyrannosaurus rex
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    A VERY RARE rooted, High QualityTyrannosaurus rex tooth. This is an excellent rooted juvenile T-Rex rear tooth. Total length is is 2-1/4", the crown measures 3/4" and is thick 11/16". The rooted T-Rex  teeth are very rare. The enamel is good quality with some peeling. Fair anterior and posterior serrations with some wear. No cracks. T-Rex was the apex during the late Cretaceous with massive teeth capable of crushing its prey. See the detailed description to determine how to tell a real T-Rex tooth! Legally collected on private land in the Hell Creek Fm., Garfield Co., Montana.

    DT12         SIZE: 2-1/4"  (3/4" Crown)  (~7/8" W)

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  14. Carcharocles megalodon      
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    The December week #3 Fossil of the Month is an ultra rare, HIGH QUALITY Carcharocles megalodon - upper jaw anterior tooth from Morocco. It has an exceptional tan colored crown with an excellent brown bourlette - 90% complete. High quality enamel with small hydration cracks. Sharp serrations with a rounded tip serration. The root is orange and nicely articulated with essentially no hydration cracks. Note - you rarely see a Moroccan Meg that has a high quality crown, bourlette, root and, serrations - a top 1% tooth from this site! Definitely, one of the finest Moroccan Megalodon teeth that I have seen! A difficult Megalodon tooth to find for a collection. The BEST of the BEST. M070 SIZE: 3-3/16" Learn More
  15. Cookie-Cutter shark (Isistius)
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    A GEM Cookie-Cutter shark (Isistius), a rare and exotic fossil shark tooth. Rare deep water shark with knife-like crown edges - extra large size. The best that you will find. Miocene age from France. For the rare tooth collector! The BEST of the BEST!

    FR060           Size: 1/4"

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  16. Hexanchus andersoni
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    GEM, rare lower jaw tooth.  Excellent color. My BEST Sharktooth Hill Hexachus to offer. One of the most difficult Hexanchus teeth to find! Perfect tooth. Museum Quality.

    ST601          SIZE: 1-1/4"  Wide

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  17. Carcharocles megalodon
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    The March 2016 Fossil of the Month is a GEM light brown colored Megalodon - PRINCIPAL ANTERIOR tooth. Highest quality enamel - glass-like with no hydration cracks! A very nice deep brown bourlette - 100% complete. Razor sharp serrations including an excellent tip serration. The serrations are 100% complete! The root is incredible - a medium brown, nicely articulated, and complete with no hydration cracks on the display side. One of the finest preserved Megs that I have seen. An exceptional collector's Megalodon tooth from Georgia. A PERFECT Megalodon tooth. BEST of the BEST!

    G106               Size: 4-5/8"

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  18. Hexanchus gigas      - Lower Jaw Teeth
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    A GEM Hexanchus - lower jaw posterior tooth in incredible condition. A gorgeous tan colored crown and a tan root. The root bottom is square. Ten very sharp, complete cusps. A Museum Quality collector's tooth.        

    C403L                SIZE: 1-11/16" W

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  19. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A GEM,  5" Classic Lee Creek Megalodon tooth - upper jaw anterior tooth. A "picture Meg" with interesting "cloud like" patterns in the enamel provides some character. This tooth is from an old collection. An exceptional collector's tooth from the old days at Lee Creek mine! An incredible XL LC Meg! NO repair! The BEST of the BEST!

    LC045             Size: 5" (3-7/8" W)

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  20. Carcharodon megalodon
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    The October 2015 Week #2 FOTM is a rare, TOP QUALITY North Carolina Carcharocles megalodon. An excellent tooth from the copper-red site. It has an incredible copper-red colored crown. The enamel is the highest possible quality with small hydration cracks. A nice dark brown bourlette. Exceptional serrations and tip - one serration missing. Incredible condition for a big NC Meg. An excellent dark brown root, extra wide and slight damage on the reverse. Fantastic triangular shape. A gorgeous North Carolina copper-red Megalodon shark tooth. An exceptional collector's tooth. Note - you rarely see a copper-red Megalodon shark tooth that has a top quality crown, root and serrations - a top 1% tooth from this site! One of the finest quality copper-red Big Megalodon tooth that I have seen! NO repair! The BEST of the BEST. My largest remaining top quality copper-red Megalodon tooth!

    NC017               SIZE: 5-1/8" (4-9/16" W)

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  21. Carcharodontosaurus suharicus
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    My 2nd June FOTM is a TOP QUALITY XXL Carcharodontosaurus tooth. This tooth is huge! An excellent RED color! Highest quality enamel with an excellent red patina. Excellent overall quality and preservation. Excellent anterior and posterior serrations. Excellent growth waves near cutting edge. Large position tooth in jaw - extra wide crown. You can see a faint crack, but not broke. It has not been filled or painted. This is an all natural tooth which is quite rare for a XXL Carch tooth. A Museum Quality EXTRA LARGE tooth. My last top quality 5" Charcharodontosaur tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. A monster Carcharodontosaurus tooth like this won't last long! M1202 SIZE: 5" (1-3/4" W) On HOLD

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  22. Carcharodon carcharias
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    GEM MONSTER SIZED Great White shark tooth. Upper jaw principle anterior tooth (A1). Needle-like tip, extra large, and perfect serrations. Snow white color. Incredible detail. Wide root. Excellent triangular shape. Perfect tooth with a small nick on the back of the root. Very rare size tooth from a very large shark - a 20 foot GW! For the person who needs the largest and the best Great White shark tooth! These teeth are extremely difficult to locate. The largest tooth that I can offer! Museum Quality tooth. The BEST of the BEST!

    MGW01             SIZE: 2-9/16"  1-3/4" W

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  23. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A GEM, Classic Lee Creek Megalodon tooth. It has an exceptional, rare dark BLUE colored crown with an exceptional hazel brown bourlette. Highest quality enamel. Exceptional color! This tooth is from an old collection. A fine examples of a colorful classic upper jaw anterior Lee Creek Megs considering the shape, color, and preservation. An exceptional collector's tooth from the old days at Lee Creek mine! NO repair! The BEST of the BEST! One of the finest dark Blue LC Megs that I have seen. Definitely one of my favorites.

    LC052           Size: 3-5/8"

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  24. Eremiasaurus heterodontus                         
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    A rare, Eremiasaurus heterodontontus (Mosasaur) jaw section with three original teeth in the jaw. Note -  the original teeth remaining in the jaw are quite rare. The jaw bone and teeth exhibit exceptional condition and preservation (very rare). This wonderful specimen is very mineralized and weighs 1 lb. An incredible display piece and an incredible collector's piece.  No repair or restoration. Please note this is not one of those six tooth "reconstructed" Mosasaur jaw sections. This is the real deal!

    M1086              SIZE: 4-1/8"  X 2-1/4" Height

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  25. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A 2nd September 2016 Fossil of the Month is a GEM light brown colored Megalodon - PRINCIPAL ANTERIOR tooth. Fantastic colors - a mix of light brown with some blue and charcoal highlights. Highest quality enamel - glass-like surface with no hydration cracks. The finest enamel preservation - very rare! A very nice black bourlette. Razor sharp serrations including an excellent tip serration. The root is incredible - a medium brown, nicely articulated, and complete with no hydration cracks on the display side. One of the finest preserved Megalodon teeth that I have seen. An exceptional collector's Megalodon tooth from a new Georgia site. One of my favorite sites. A PERFECT Georgia Megalodon tooth. BEST of the BEST!

    G105           Size: 5-3/16"

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  26. Crocodilus cf. spenceri       
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    HUGE, GEM C. spenceri tooth. Fully rooted - very RARE. Complete tooth.

    M1366       SIZE: 2-7/16"

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  27. Carcharocles megalodon
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    An incredible 5-1/4" GEM, Classic Lee Creek Megalodon tooth. It has an excellent medium blue colored crown with an exceptional hazel brown bourlette. Highest quality enamel. Fantastic color! One of the finest examples of a classic upper jaw anterior blue Lee Creek Megs considering the shape, color, and preservation. An exceptional collector's tooth from the old days at Lee Creek mine. NO repair. The BEST of the BEST! Definitely one of my favorites. My largest and  last blue LC Meg to offer.

    LC050             Size: 5-1/4"

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  28. Crinoid
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    A pair of exceptionally well preserved, extra large Scyphocrinites elegans crinoids. These GEM crinoids have bulbous calyxes with incredible detail. Museum quality specimen. My finest double crinoid. An incredible display piece!        Note: international shipping cost will be calculated. Please request quote.

    M2058          SIZE:  9" x 9" (specimens)

    Name: Scyphocrinites elegans      Age: Upper Silurian (420 MMYA)     Location: Djebel Issoumour, Alnif, Morocco

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  29. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A TOP QUALITY, 4-1/8" Classic Lee Creek Megalodon tooth - ANTERIOR tooth. Our January 2017 Fossil of the Month. This Megalodon has an incredible light blue colored crown with an exceptional "white" bourlette. The whitest colored LC Meg bourlette that I have seen! Highest quality enamel. Exceptional color! The bourlette is excellent and near perfect. The serrations are razor sharp with an exceptional tip serration. Excellent serrations - razor sharp! The root is an excellent light tan color with essentially no hydration cracks, very wide, and absolutely complete. This Megalodon was found in the Pungo River Formation, Lee Creek mine, NC (Miocene age = 14.5 MYA). One of the finest examples of a classic Lee Creek Megs considering the shape, color, and preservation. An exceptional collector's tooth from the old days at Lee Creek mine! Museum Quality Megalodon. NO repair!

    LC022            Size: 4-1/8"

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  30. Diplomystus dentatus
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    A top quality, large Diplomystus fish. The Diplomystus dentatus is a Herring from the Eocene age (50 MYA) fish, Green River Fm., Lincoln Co. Wyoming. This piece is from the Split Fish Layer and shows incredible detail. The highest quality from the Split Fish Layer. Exceptional preservation and preparation. No repair. All natural. A wonderful display piece! 

    X467         SIZE: 6-1/16"

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  31. Carcharodontosaurus suharicus
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    An ULTRA GEM Carcharodontosaurus tooth. Gorgeous deep RED color! Highest quality enamel with an incredible red patina. Exceptional quality and preservation. Exceptional anterior and posterior serrations - serrated to the tip with partial serrations around the tip! Excellent growth waves near cutting edge. No cracks! No restoration. Museum Quality tooth. If you require an essentially perfect Carcharodontosaurus tooth with serrations to the tip, this is the BEST tooth over 2" that I have had - very rare! Definitely a top 1% Carch tooth from Morocco.

    M1212     Size: 2-3/16"   (1-1/8" W)

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  32. Brittle Star
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    A Group of 3 TOP QUALITY LARGE Ophiuroides sp., a Brittle Star. These rare Brittle Stars measures 6"+ in length. Incredible detail. Excellent preservation and incredible preparation. Matrix size is 7" x 11". Ordovician age. This Brittle star is from El Caid Romi, Morocco. These are the real deal! No repair or restoration! Rare! A museum quality collector's piece. BEST of the BEST!  Be sure to see our selection Brittle Star fossils - see Other Fossils category.   Note: international shipping cost will be calculated. Please request quote.

    X186           SIZE: 6"+

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  33. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A GEM, 5" Classic Lee Creek Megalodon tooth - an upper jaw PRINCIPAL ANTERIOR tooth. The BEST of the BEST!

    LC047            Size: 5"

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  34. Tyrannosaurus rex
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    An EXTRA LARGE, GEM Tyrannosaurus rex tooth. This crown measures 2-3/4" and is thick (1"). The GEM quality T-Rex  teeth are very rare. The enamel is the highest quality. Exceptional anterior and posterior serrations. One natural crack, but no break. T-Rex was the apex during the late Cretaceous with massive teeth capable of crushing its prey. See the detailed description to determine how to tell a real T-Rex tooth! Legally collected on private land in the Hell Creek Fm., Butte Co., So. Dakota.

    DT03          SIZE: 2-3/4" (1" W)

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  35. Carcharocles megalodon      
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    The second December Fossil of the Month - "Best of No. Carolina Megalodons" is an ultra rare, GEM North Carolina Carcharocles megalodon - upper jaw anterior tooth from the copper-red site. It has an exceptional copper-red colored crown with an exceptional dark brown bourlette - 100% complete. Highest quality enamel with no hydration cracks. Razor sharp serrations with a sharp tip serration. Perfect serrations. The root is complete and very nicely articulated with essentially no hydration cracks. Note - you rarely see a copper-red Meg that has a top quality crown, bourlette, root and, serrations - a top 1% tooth from this site! Definitely, one of the finest copper-red Megalodon teeth that I have seen! The BEST of the BEST. The PERFECT NC Megalodon tooth! NC018 SIZE: 3-11/16" Learn More
  36. Great Blue shark (Prionace)
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    A GEM Great Blue shark (Prionace), a very rare and exotic Lamniforme fossil shark tooth. The best that you will find. Miocene age from Chile. For the rare tooth collector! The BEST of the BEST!

    C880             Size: 11/16"       SOLD

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