Carcharhinus leucas

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Wow! A rare, GEM pathologic Carcharinus leucas tooth (Bull shark) with a severely distorted cutting edge. This tooth is a late Miocene in age from the Inglesa Fm. of Chile. The entire right side of the tooth is compressed and pushed back - a very unusual pathology. Incredible color and preservation. Perfect tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. Museum quality.

C841              SIZE: 5/8"

This catalog contains very large and beautiful teeth from the Bull shark - Carcharhinus leucas. These teeth exhibit exceptional size and color. The Bull teeth are of excellent quality exhibiting a serrated crown and an interesting heavy root. These teeth are Miocene-Pliocene age (4-8 million years ago). This is an incredible group of museum to near museum quality. These teeth are infrequently seen for sale and the Chile site is producing some phenomenal specimens.

These teeth are from 18+ year old stashed inventory. There are not too many left. These teeth are getting very difficult to locate!

Note - 1) All teeth sizes are slant height unless otherwise noted