Great White Shark Teeth

Great White Shark Teeth

Buried Treasure Fossils offers top quality Great White shark teeth with perfect serrations from the So. Carolina, No. Carolina, Chile and Peru. Want to own one? These catalogs contain exceptional teeth from the Great White shark, Carcharodon carcharias. Great White shark 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. carcharias teeth are very well preserved with great color. I will only offer complete teeth that are in exceptional condition. Large size teeth which are high quality are very difficult to find. All teeth are museum to near museum quality shark teeth. No restoration or repair! Please have a look and get one while the supply lasts. Authenticity guaranteed.

Rare Great White Shark Teeth for Sale

Great White Shark Tooth

Anyone who has seen the movie “Jaws” may be obsessed with the screen version of the Great White shark. Great White sharks are a modern species which is believed to have developed from the Mako shark. Great White sharks are common predators in all the world’s major oceans. They primarily thrive along coastal waters. Great white sharks can be as large as 20 feet in length and weigh as much as 4,000 pounds. Many people enjoy collecting a Great White shark tooth.

Collecting a Great White Shark Tooth

A Great White shark tooth is somewhat difficult to obtain. That is because Great White sharks are protected. As a protected species, Great White shark teeth from modern sharks can only be obtained from sharks that have been captured. Therefore, when you want to find a Great White shark tooth it must often come from an old collection. This makes them rather hard to find. It is interesting to note that when you compare a current Great White shark tooth with one from a fossil predecessor you will find that the teeth are becoming larger. Great White sharks have been known to attack people. When they attack their teeth can do quite a bit of damage. Teeth can come from the upper or lower jaws. The modern Great White shark is also known by their scientific name, Carcharodon Carcharias. Likely the most common teeth found today from this species are transitional teeth. These are the teeth that have common characteristics of both of their ancestors, the Mako shark, and the modern Great White shark. The giant Mako shark is extinct.

Fossilized Shark Teeth

Shark teeth have been collected for many hundreds of years. Shark teeth have been used for making tools and weapons for thousands of years as well as for blades as a forerunner to the modern knife. In the middle ages, shark teeth were thought to be a cure for poison and as such they provided protection. They were thus worn as necklaces to protect the wearer from harm. Today, people still wear shark teeth as symbols of good luck.

You can find many modern and fossilized shark teeth for sale online. When you choose shark teeth, look for size, color, and rarity. Modern shark teeth are white. The whiter the tooth the more desirable it is to modern tooth collectors. The larger sized shark teeth are generally rarer because they came from a larger shark. If you are just starting out a fossil collection you will certainly want to include a Great White tooth. You can find some smaller, more common Great White teeth at very reasonable prices. As you increase your collection you will want to upgrade to a much rarer and more significant Great White tooth. View photos of the tooth before you decide. You can compare a variety of different teeth to choose the one that best fits your collection and your budget. You may want to add several of these teeth to your group.

Great White Teeth: Fascinating Facts

When was the first time you learned about the Great White shark? To understand that we share a planet with such a powerful creature is humbling indeed. Great White teeth are huge, but not the only amazing thing about this denizen of the deep.

Fascinating facts about the Great White shark

Many people get their information about Great Whites from scary movies such as Jaws. The truth is, fewer than a dozen people are bitten by Great Whites every year, and few of those 'experimental' bites cause a fatality, explains National Geographic magazine. Here are a few more fun and fearsome facts about the biggest fish on the planet today:

  • Great White sharks live, breed and hunt off the coast of every continent except Antarctica.
  • South Africa's Dyer Island is home to more Great Whites than any other place on earth. Locals call the region 'Shark Alley' for very good reasons.
  • Great Whites tend to congregate in shallower waters, although they have been sighted in deep ocean waters.
  • Fossil records show that Great White sharks have been swimming earthly oceans for at least 16 million years.
  • Scientists say that a wild Great White shark may live 70 years or more.
  • An average fully grown Great White weighs around a ton.
  • The heaviest Great White ever measured in the wild weighed in at a whopping 7,328 pounds.
  • A single Great White shark can eat 11 tons of food in one year.
  • Once a Great White has feasted, it doesn't have to eat again for three months.
  • Great White sharks can attain speeds of up to 35 mph.
  • Great Whites have the usual five senses plus an additional sense called electroreception.
  • If near enough, a Great White can sense the heartbeat of its prey.
  • A Great White can smell blood that's three miles away.
  • The bite of a Great White delivers the force of ten lion bites.
  • Great Whites prefer to hunt in the hours right after dawn when visibility is reduced.
  • A Great White can “breach” or jump into the air to reach a height of ten feet.
  • Great White teeth are as sharp as razors and knives.
  • If a Great White is in the mood for cannibalism, it will gladly eat one of its own kind. With the kind of Great White teeth that you can buy right here at this website today.

Want to own one or more Great White teeth? Browse the Buried Treasure Fossils catalog to review an exceptional collection of teeth from numerous shark species, including the magnificent Great White. Notable for their size, serration and wide triangular crowns, teeth of the Carcharodon Carcharias would be practically impossible to get without our assistance. We are collectors, too, and we offer museum-quality specimens that are always lawfully obtained.

Can you think of a more fascinating addition to your fossil collection than Great White shark teeth? If you can, send us an email or give us a call and tell us about it. Buried Treasure Fossils will scour the globe to find your dream fossil.

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  1. Carcharodon hubbelli
    $350.00

    A rare TOP QUALITY, Great White shark transition tooth, Carcharodon hubbelli. An upper jaw lateral tooth. This C. hubbelli tooth has small serrations at the base of the cutting edge, transition to very fine serrations at mid crown and disappear towards the tip. This tooth has an excellent tan colored crown and tan root with well pronounced brown colored gum line. Excellent color. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. An exceptional Great White transition form!  It will be extremely difficult to locate Carcharodon hubbelli since there is no new supply. Museum Quality. Near perfect tooth.

    C205T           SIZE: 2"

    Note - Adding 7 new C. hubbelli (GW transition) teeth in August 2019      Link to GW Transition Teeth

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  2. Carcharodon carcharias - Peru
    $325.00

    A Top Quality Great White tooth from the Ica region of Peru. Note - this tooth was found in the same rock with P002 and is believed to be associated. Upper jaw tooth. High quality enamel. A Blue colored crown with excellent serrations. Excellent color. The area along the gum line has a small patch. A desert shark from the deserts of Peru! Authenticity guaranteed. You don't see these teeth any more.  

    P202          SIZE: 2-7/16"

    Note - Adding 30 new Peruvian Great White teeth in August 2022 ->  Link to Peru GW Teeth

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  3. Carcharodon carcharias : Mexico
    $315.00

    A GEM QUALITY Great White shark tooth - upper jaw anterior tooth from Baja, Mexico. A February Fossil of the Month. This tooth has a rich tan & blue colored crown, a distinct gum line, and a tan root. Great color! Highest quality enamel with no hydration cracks or peeling. Very glossy. Serrations are extra large with a strong tip serration. Perfect serrations. Excellent preservation - note nutrient hole on root. This is a Pliocene tooth from Tirabuzon Fm. An EXCEPTIONAL collector's Great White shark tooth from a rare locality. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. Perfect tooth. A rare Great White shark tooth!

    MX201          Size: 1-7/8"  

    Posting 19 species (68 rare shark teeth) from Baja, Mexico.   Link to Mexican shark teeth -> Mexico shark teeth

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  4. Carcharodon carcharias - Peru
    $300.00

    A Top Quality Great White tooth from the Ica region of Peru. Note - this tooth was found in the same rock with P002 and is believed to be associated. Upper jaw tooth. High quality enamel. A Blue colored crown with excellent serrations. Excellent color. The left serration base has a small patch. A desert shark from the deserts of Peru! Authenticity guaranteed. You don't see these teeth any more.  

    P203          SIZE: 2-5/16"

    Note - Adding 30 new Peruvian Great White teeth in August 2022 ->  Link to Peru GW Teeth

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  5. Carcharodon hubbelli
    $295.00

    A rare TOP QUALITY, Great White shark transition tooth, Carcharodon hubbelli. An upper jaw anterior tooth. This C. hubbelli tooth has small serrations at the base of the cutting edge, transition to very fine serrations at mid crown and disappear towards the tip. This tooth has an excellent red & tan colored crown and brown root with well pronounced brown colored gum line. Fantastic color! No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. An exceptional Great White transition form!  It will be extremely difficult to locate Carcharodon hubbelli since there is no new supply. Museum Quality. Near perfect tooth.

    C206T           SIZE: 1-3/4"

    Note - Adding 7 new C. hubbelli (GW transition) teeth in August 2019      Link to GW Transition Teeth

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  6. Carcharodon carcharias
    $295.00

    An EXCELLENT, High Quality copper-red Carcharodon Carcharias tooth from the Meherrin River, No Carolina. Rare copper red color with high gloss. Highest quality enamel. Great preservation and condition - sharp edges and tip with some wear. No repair or restoration. Exceptional color! An excellent, rare collector's tooth!  Authenticity guaranteed.

    NC202           SIZE: 2-5/8"

    Note - Adding 3 copper-red Great White teeth in March 2022.  -->  Link to copper-red Makos

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  7. Carcharodon carcharias
    $295.00

    An EXTRA LARGE Top Quality Carcharodon carcharias, the Great White shark, tooth from So. Carolina. An upper jaw anterior tooth. Solid black colored enamel and a solid dark brown colored root. Root is well preserved - very difficult to find in the Carolina GWs. Nice sharp serrations with a good tip serration. An EXCELLENT Great White shark collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed.

    SC904          SIZE: 2-5/8"

    Adding 14 So. Carolina Great White teeth in July 2022.  Link to SC Great White shark teeth.

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  8. Carcharodon carcharias : Mexico
    $295.00

    A GEM QUALITY Great White shark tooth - upper jaw anterior tooth from Baja, Mexico. A February Fossil of the Month. This tooth has a rich blue colored crown, a distinct gum line, and a tan root. Great color! Highest quality enamel with no hydration cracks or peeling. Very glossy. Serrations are extra large with a strong tip serration. Perfect serrations. Excellent preservation - note nutrient hole on root. This is a Pliocene tooth from Tirabuzon Fm. An EXCEPTIONAL collector's Great White shark tooth from a rare locality. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. Perfect tooth. A rare GW tooth!

    MX202          Size: 1-7/8"  

    Posting 19 species (68 rare shark teeth) from Baja, Mexico.   Link to Mexican shark teeth -> Mexico shark teeth

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  9. Carcharodon carcharias
    $275.00

    A Top Quality Great White shark tooth - upper jaw anterior tooth from Chile. This tooth has a blue colored crown, a distinct gum line, and a brown root. Fantastic color! Highest quality enamel with no hydration cracks and no peeling. Serrations are large with a good tip serration. Excellent preservation - note nutrient hole on root. An EXCELLENT color collector's Great White tooth. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    C205         Size: 2-1/4"

    Note - Adding 32 Chilean Great White teeth in April 2022       Link to Great White shark teeth

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  10. Carcharodon carcharias - Peru
    $275.00

    A Top Quality Great White tooth from the Ica region of Peru. Upper jaw tooth. High quality enamel. An excellent Blue colored crown with excellent serrations. Excellent color. A desert shark from the deserts of Peru! No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. You don't see these teeth any more.  

    P206          SIZE: 2-1/16"

    Note - Adding 30 new Peruvian Great White teeth in August 2022 ->  Link to Peru GW Teeth

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  11. Carcharodon carcharias
    $265.00

    A Top Quality Great White shark tooth - upper jaw anterior tooth from Chile. This tooth has a tan & lavender colored crown with charcoal patterns, a distinct gum line, and a tan root. Fantastic color! Highest quality enamel with no hydration cracks and no peeling. Serrations are extra large with a good tip serration. Excellent preservation - note nutrient hole on root. An EXCELLENT color collector's Great White tooth. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    C207         Size: 2-1/8"

    Note - Adding 32 Chilean Great White teeth in April 2022       Link to Great White shark teeth

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  12. Carcharodon carcharias
    $255.00

    A Top Quality Great White shark tooth - upper jaw anterior tooth from Chile. This tooth has a tan colored crown, a distinct gum line, and a light brown root. Fantastic color! Highest quality enamel with no hydration cracks and no peeling. Serrations are extra large with a good tip serration. Excellent preservation - note nutrient hole on root. An EXCELLENT color collector's Great White tooth. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    C210         Size: 2-1/8"

    Note - Adding 32 Chilean Great White teeth in April 2022       Link to Great White shark teeth

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