Carcharocles angustidens                     

    SC059 BoP
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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

    This catalog contains exceptional teeth from C. angustidens, the direct ancestor to the Extinct Giant White shark (C. megalodon). C. angustidens teeth are noted for their triangular crowns and small side cusps that are fully serrated. The serrations are very sharp and very well pronounced. These teeth are from the Oligocene (28 million years ago).

    Please note that these C. angustidens teeth were found in a Chandler Bridge Formation land site near Summerville, S.C. or other coastal S.C. locations, and are of  very high quality.  These teeth will have full roots, tips, cusps, well defined serrations, and little to no damage of any kind. There is a tremendous selection of top quality Angustidens listed below.  If you are looking for a great C. angustidens, check out these teeth!  

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    Size3-7/8" 3" W
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