Carcharodon carcharias

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    C202
    Out of stock
    $550.00
    Overview

    An Extra Large, Top Quality Great White shark transition tooth from ChileThis is a 2-9/16" rare C. hubbelli, Great White transition tooth. An April 2020 Fossil of the Month. A BIG upper jaw PRINCIPAL ANTERIOR tooth. Highest quality enamel! Excellent dark tan & orange with charcoal highlights color, a well defined "gum line", and an extra wide root. This was a big shark. NoteSerrations are extra large and very irregular with a good tip serration. This tooth appears to be a late stage C. hubbelli transition tooth with strange, extra large lower serrations that disappear near the tip. Exceptional preservation - note the preserved nutrient hole on the root. Absolutely no repair or restoration. An ultra rare, PERFECT BIG Chilean Great White transition tooth. You don't see these big, top quality BIG GW teeth any more. Authenticity guaranteed.

    C202          Size: 2-9/16"  (1-3/4" W)

    Note - Adding 17 Chilean Great White teeth in April 2020.    Link to Great White shark teeth

    This catalog contains exceptional teeth from the Great White shark, Carcharodon carcharias. These teeth are noted for their wide triangular crowns which are heavily serrated. These teeth are fairly rare and very showy, making them an excellent addition to your Great White shark tooth collection. Please note that these C. carchariasteeth are exceptionally preserved with great color. All teeth are museum to near museum quality teeth. No restoration or repair!

    This is one of the best groups of Chilean Great White teeth that you will ever see with an excellent color selection. These teeth are from 10+ year old stashed inventory from the good old days. There are not too many left. The top quality teeth are impossible to locate! I am still selling these at a fraction of the cost of an equivalent modern Great White shark tooth!

    Note - all teeth sizes are slant height unless otherwise noted.

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    Size2-7/8" (2-1/16" W)
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