Carcharocles chubutensis (Lee Creek)
A TOP QUALITY, 3-11/16" Classic Lee Creek Chubutensis tooth - upper jaw ANTERIOR tooth from Aurora, No. Carolina. This Chubutensis has an incredible tan colored crown with a light tan band at the base and a brown bourlette. Highest quality enamel. Exceptional color! The bourlette looks great, and is 70% complete. The serrations are razor sharp with a great tip and are essentially complete with a slight nick on one serration. The side cusps are large and complete. The root is an excellent light tan color and complete with few hydration cracks. This Chubutensis was found in the Pungo River Formation, Lee Creek mine, NC (Miocene age = 14.5 MYA). A large example of a classic Lee Creek Chubutensis tooth considering the shape, color, and preservation. An exceptional collector's toothh from the old days at Lee Creek mine! NO repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed.
LC009 Size: 3-11/16"
Note - Adding 6 new Lee Creek Chubutensis teeth in August 2019. Link to LC Megaodon teeth.