Otodus angustidens turgidus - Kazakhstan

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An ultra rare, Angustidens tooth from Ungosa, Mangyshlak, western Kazakhstan. A November Fossil of the Month. This location produces top quality teeth with different enamel colors. This tooth has an excellent red color. An extra large bourlette that is complete. Nice extra coarse serrations and side cusps. The root is complete.These teeth exhibit exceptional color, gloss, and preservation. A super rare Lower Oligocene Angustidens tooth. Kujulus Formation, Rupelian age - 32 MYA. No repair. Authenticity guaranteed. I have only seen four Angustidens teeth from Kazakhstan!

K592            SIZE: 3"

Note - Adding 4 Kazakh Angustidens teeth in November 2021. -->  Link to Kazakh Angustidens teeth.

Rare teeth from Otodus angustidens, the direct ancestor to the Extinct Giant White shark (Otodus megalodon). Otodus 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 (25 - 32 million years ago).