Megalodon Teeth - Earliest Ancestors

Megalodon Teeth - Earliest Ancestors

Buried Treasure Fossils offers top quality and rare Megalodon Ancestor teeth from Kazakhstan and Morocco. These are earliest predeccessors of the Megalodon that lead to the evolution of the Auriculatus shark (Carcharocles auriculatus). Species include Otodus obliquus (non-serate), Otodus mugodzharicus (partially serrated), and Otodus aksuaticus (partially serrated). Authenticity guaranteed.  Note - Also see our Otodus Shark Tooth catalog.

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  1. Otodus obliquus (Non-Serrate)          
    $150.00

    A very rare Otodus obliquus tooth with light tan color. Upper jaw anterior tooth. No serrations. There are very few Otodus obliquus teeth are found in Kazakhstan. A great tooth for your evolution set from this location. Found in the Kzil-Orda region, W. Kazakhstan.

    K551            SIZE: 1-1/2"

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  2. Otodus mugodzharicus (Serrated)              
    $95.00

    A very rare Otodus mugodzharicus tooth with a fantastic blue-gray color with a fire red root. Lower jaw anterior tooth. Incredible color! An incredible transition tooth with fine serrations covering 2/3 of the crown and side cusps. Found in the Tushbiar, Mangyshlak, W. Kazakhstan.

    K534         SIZE: 1-1/16"

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  3. Otodus mugodzharicus (Serrated)              
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    A very rare Otodus mugodzharicus tooth with light tan color. Upper jaw anterior tooth. This transition tooth has fine serrations covering 2/3 of the crown and side cusps. Found in the Kzil-Orda region, W. Kazakhstan.

    K552            SIZE: 1-7/16"

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  4. Otodus aksuaticus (Serrated)              
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    A very rare Otodus aksuaticus tooth with gray color. A excellent transitional tooth with small serrations covering 3/4 of the crown and side cusps. Found in Kzil-Orda region, W. Kazakhstan.

    K547       SIZE: 1-3/4"

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