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 mugodzharicus (Partial serrated)
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    A very rare, early Otodus mugodzharicus upper jaw, lateral tooth from Aktulagay, western Kazakhstan. A transitional tooth leading to C. auriculatus (see detailed discussion below) which leads to MegalodonThe bourlette is complete. Tooth exhibits wavy serrations along the lower 1/3 of crown and small wavy serrations to the tip. These teeth exhibit very good color, gloss, and preservation. A rare, early Eocene Auriculatus transition tooth. A very challenging tooth to find when building a Megalodon evolutionary set! No repair. Authenticity guaranteed. Note - This western Kazakhstan site is one of the few places in the world where the Otodus to Auriculatus transition can be found in adjacent layers.

    K553         SIZE: 1-1/2"

    Note - Adding 18 Kazakh Auriuclatus or transition teeth in April 2020. -->  Link to Kazakh Auriculatus teeth.

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  2. Otodus mugodzharicus (Partial serrated)
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    A very rare, early Otodus mugodzharicus upper jaw, anterior tooth from Aktulagay, western Kazakhstan. A transitional tooth leading to C. auriculatus (see detailed discussion below) which leads to MegalodonThe bourlette is complete. Tooth exhibits fine and wavy serrations along the lower 1/3 of crown and no serrations the tip. These teeth exhibit very good color, gloss, and preservation. A rare, early Eocene Auriculatus transition tooth. A very challenging tooth to find when building a Megalodon evolutionary set! No repair. Authenticity guaranteed. Note - This western Kazakhstan site is one of the few places in the world where the Otodus to Auriculatus transition can be found in adjacent layers.

    K551         SIZE: 2-1/8"

    Note - Adding 18 Kazakh Auriculatus or transition teeth in April 2020. -->  Link to Kazakh Auriculatus teeth.

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  3. Otodus aksuaticus (Partial serrated)
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    A very rare, early Otodus aksuaticus upper jaw, lateral tooth from Aktulagay, western Kazakhstan. A transitional tooth leading to C. auriculatus (see detailed discussion below) which leads to MegalodonThe bourlette is complete. Tooth exhibits small serrations along the lower 1/2 of the crown and micro serrations to the tip. These teeth exhibit very good color, gloss, and preservation. A rare, early Eocene Auriculatus transition tooth. A very challenging tooth to find when building a Megalodon evolutionary set! No repair. Authenticity guaranteed. Note - This western Kazakhstan site is one of the few places in the world where the Otodus to Auriculatus transition can be found in adjacent layers.

    K545         SIZE: 15/16"

    Note - Adding 18 Kazakh Auriuclatus or transition teeth in April 2020. -->  Link to Kazakh Auriculatus teeth.



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  4. Otodus aksuaticus (Partial serrated)
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    A very rare, early Otodus aksuaticus upper jaw, lateral tooth from Aktulagay, western Kazakhstan. A transitional tooth leading to C. auriculatus (see detailed discussion below) which leads to MegalodonThe bourlette is complete. Tooth exhibits small serrations along the lower 2/3 of the crown and micro serrations to the tip. These teeth exhibit very good color, gloss, and preservation. A rare, early Eocene Auriculatus transition tooth. A very challenging tooth to find when building a Megalodon evolutionary set! No repair. Authenticity guaranteed. Note - This western Kazakhstan site is one of the few places in the world where the Otodus to Auriculatus transition can be found in adjacent layers.

    K544         SIZE: 1-1/4"

    Note - Adding 18 Kazakh Auriuclatus or transition teeth in April 2020. -->  Link to Kazakh Auriculatus teeth.



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