Carcharocles chubutensis (Lee Creek)

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A TOP QUALITY Classic Lee Creek Chubutensis tooth - upper jaw ANTERIOR tooth from Aurora, No. Carolina. This Chubutensis has an incredible tan colored crown and a nice brown bourlette. Highest quality enamel. There are no hydrations cracks in the enamel! Excellent color! The bourlette is multi-colored, looks nice, and is 100% complete. The serrations are large and razor sharp - 100% complete. Tip serration is very sharp. Exceptional serrations! The root is an excellent light tan color and complete with no hydration cracks. The root also exhibits grooves on the root ends. This Chubutensis was found in the Pungo River Formation, Lee Creek mine, NC (Miocene age = 14.5 MYA). A great example of a classic Lee Creek Chubutensis tooth and one of the best considering the shape, color, and preservation. An exceptional, rare collector's tooth from the old days at Lee Creek mine! NO repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

LC010          Size: 3"

Note - Adding 14 new Lee Creek Meg & Chubutensis teeth in June 2021.    Link to LC Megaodon teeth.