Rare Shark Teeth Species

Rare Shark Teeth Species

Buried Treasure Fossils offers a nice selection of rare fossil shark teeth for sale. These rare shark species include Parotodus (False Mako shark), Giant Thresher shark teeth, serrated Thresher shark teeth, Somnisus (Greenland shark), etc. These teeth are rare fossil shark teeth are seldom seen for sale! Authenticity guaranteed.

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  1. Edestus heinrichi
    $2,250.00

    An ultra rare, Top Quality MASSIVE Edestus heinrichi shark whorl section with 5 & 1/2 big crowns, from Herrin, Illinois. A June Fossil of the Month. This is a Paleozoic shark that lived in swamps that our now underground coal deposits. Excellent preservation and serrations. Note - BIG root whorl section with 5 & 1/2 extra large crowns - extremely rare. And an imprint of 2 complete and two partial crowns is also included. This whorl is tall and thick. One of the largest and heaviest that I have seen. The Edestus shark would have an upper and lower tooth whorl that are vertically opposed. Research showed that they could use their opposing teeth in a scissor-like motion to cut prey. It is the first animal to cut vertically. A very strange looking and unique acting shark. Shark recreation image is credited to Julio Lacerdo. These rare teeth are Pennsylvanian age from Illinois. Note - Two crown tips were professionally retored. Authenticity guaranteed. Five plus crown whorl sections are ultra rare! 

    I01          SIZE: 2" teeth   (Whorl :  7-1/4" length & 3-1/2" height) 

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  2. Alopias palatasi - Virginia
    $1,950.00

    An ultra rare, EXTRA LARGE Top Quality Alopias palatasi shark tooth, the extinct serrated Giant Thresher, from the Pamunkey River, Virginia. A September Fossil of the Month. Nice copper red color. Excellent preservation and condition. A Miocene tooth. These teeth are not commonly found and seen. A rare collectors' tooth in high quality condition. Try finding one of these teeth! Authenticity guaranteed. An extra large size red site tooth! I have seen less than ten in 30 years.

    VA31           SIZE: 2"+

    Posting 22 scarce Virginia shark teeth in September 2021.     Link to Virginia teeth.

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  3. Alopias palatasi - Virginia
    $1,250.00

    An ultra rare, LARGE Top Quality Alopias palatasi shark tooth, the extinct serrated Giant Thresher, from the Pamunkey River, Virginia. A September Fossil of the Month. Nice copper red color. Excellent preservation and condition. A Miocene tooth. These teeth are not commonly found and seen. A rare collectors' tooth in high quality condition. Try finding one of these teeth! Authenticity guaranteed. A large size red site tooth! I have seen less than ten in 30 years.

    VA32           SIZE: 1-11/16"

    Posting 22 scarce Virginia shark teeth in September 2021.     Link to Virginia teeth.

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  4. Rolfodon ludvigseni
    $1,250.00

    A Very Rare, Top Quality (Gem) Rolfodon ludvigseni tooth from Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada. An August Fossil of the Month. This is a new genius from the Late Cretaceous deep water Northumberland Formation deposit. A unique species of Chlamydoselachiform shark, the Frill shark. These teeth exhibit classic Frill shark design with a central cusp flanked by two lateral cusps. The crown is complete and the root is complete. Note - all three crown tip ends were very neatly reattached without fill or gaps which is typical for a matrix free specimen. Crack lines are hard to see without magnification. Highest quality enamel. No repair. A very difficult tooth to locate and an excellent collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. This incredible specimen is from a 20 year old collection. A fantastic Frill shark specimen!

    CD90              SIZE: 5/8"  Wide 

    Note - Adding 64 Hornby Island deep water shark teeth.   ->   Link to all Hornby Island shark teeth.

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  5. Parotodus benedeni : Georgia
    $1,050.00

    An ultra rare, Top Quality Parotodus benedeni lateral tooth with a massive root from the St. Mary's River, Georgia. A Miocene age tooth from the Hawthorne Fm. An August Fossil of the Month. An incredible red colored tooth! Highest quality enamel with sharp edges and a sharp tip! Root is complete, nicely articulated, and has essentially no hydration crack. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. A very difficult tooth to locate from a loction that produces few Parotodus teeth. You never see top quality Parotodus teeth from the St. Mary's River. This is a very old collection piece.

    G152          SIZE: 2-5/8" 

    Note - Adding three rare Georgia Parotodus teeth in August 2021.    Link to Parotodus teeth.

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  6. Rolfodon ludvigseni
    $1,000.00

    A Very Rare, Top Quality (Gem) Rolfodon ludvigseni tooth from Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada. An August Fossil of the Month. This is a new genius from the Late Cretaceous deep water Northumberland Formation deposit. A unique species of Chlamydoselachiform shark, the Frill shark. These teeth exhibit classic Frill shark design with a central cusp flanked by two lateral cusps. A lateral tooth. The crown is complete and the root is complete. Note - two crown ends were very neatly reattached without fill or gaps which is typical for a matrix free specimen. Crack lines are hard to see without magnification. Highest quality enamel. No repair. A very difficult tooth to locate and an excellent collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. This incredible specimen is from a 20 year old collection. A fantastic Frill shark specimen!

    CD92              SIZE: 5/16"  Wide 

    Note - Adding 64 Hornby Island deep water shark teeth.   ->   Link to all Hornby Island shark teeth.

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  7. Rolfodon ludvigseni
    $1,000.00

    A Very Rare, Top Quality (Gem) Rolfodon ludvigseni tooth from Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada. An August Fossil of the Month. This is a new genius from the Late Cretaceous deep water Northumberland Formation deposit. A unique species of Chlamydoselachiform shark, the Frill shark. These teeth exhibit classic Frill shark design with a central cusp flanked by two lateral cusps. The crown is near complete (central cusp end damage)  and the root is complete. Note - two crown ends were very neatly reattached without fill or gaps which is typical for a matrix free specimen. Crack lines are hard to see without magnification. Highest quality enamel. No repair. A very difficult tooth to locate and an excellent collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. This incredible specimen is from a 20 year old collection. A fantastic Frill shark specimen!

    CD91              SIZE: 5/8"  Wide 

    Note - Adding 64 Hornby Island deep water shark teeth.   ->   Link to all Hornby Island shark teeth.

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  8. Rolfodon ludvigseni
    $1,000.00

    A Very Rare, LARGE Top Quality Rolfodon ludvigseni tooth from Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada.  This is a new genius from the Late Cretaceous deep water Northumberland Formation deposit. A unique species of Chlamydoselachiform shark, the Frill shark. These teeth exhibit classic Frill shark design with a central cusp flanked by two lateral cusps. A matrix tooth. The crown is complete and the root is complete. Highest quality enamel. No repair. A very difficult tooth to locate and an excellent collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. This incredible specimen is from a 20 year old collection. A fantastic Frill shark specimen!

    CD93              SIZE: 11/16"  Wide 

    Note - Adding 64 Hornby Island deep water shark teeth.   ->   Link to all Hornby Island shark teeth.

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  9. Dykeius garethi
    $950.00

    A Very Rare, Top Quality Dykeius garethi tooth from Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada. An August Fossil of the Month. This is a new genius from the Late Cretaceous deep water Northumberland Formation deposit. Another unique species of Chlamydoselachiform shark, the Frill shark. This is the largest Frill shark in the deposit with teeth over 1" tall (28.5 mm). These teeth exhibit classic Frill shark design with a central cusp flanked by two lateral cusps. Dykeius teeth are taller than wide. The crown is complete with one cusp tip reattached and the root is complete. Highest quality enamel. No repair. A very difficult tooth to locate and an excellent collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. This incredible specimen is from a 20 year old collection. An excellent Frill shark specimen!

    CD96              SIZE: 7/16"  Height

    Note - Adding 64 Hornby Island deep water shark teeth.   ->   Link to all Hornby Island shark teeth.

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  10. Alopias palatasi : Calvert Cliffs
    $925.00

    An ultra rare Alopias palatasi shark tooth, the extinct serrated Giant Thresher, from Calvert Cliffs, Maryland. An August 2020 Fossil of the Month offering. Nice blue color. Serration are well developed. Very good preservation and condition.  These teeth are rarely found and seen. An ultra rare collectors' tooth in high quality condition. Try finding one of these teeth! Authenticity guaranteed.    

    MD034           SIZE: 1-1/4"

    Posting six Giant Thresher shark teeth in August 2020.   Link to Thresher sharks. 

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  11. Alopias palatasi : No. Carolina        
    $875.00

    A High Quality Ultra Rare Alopias palatasi shark tooth, the extinct serrated Giant Thresher shark from the Meherrin River copper red site in No. Carolina. An August 2020 Fossil of the Month offering. An excellent serrated tooth. Very good preservation and condition. This tooth is middle Miocene age, Hertford Co., NC. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. An ultra rare collectors' tooth. Try finding one of these teeth!  I have seen less than six in 30 years.

    NC501          SIZE: 1-5/16"

    Posting six Giant Thresher shark teeth in August 2020.   Link to Thresher sharks.

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  12. Parotodus benedeni : Georgia
    $850.00

    A very rare, Top Quality Parotodus benedeni lateral tooth with a massive root from the St. Mary's River, Georgia. A Miocene age tooth from the Hawthorne Fm. An August Fossil of the Month. An incredible red colored tooth! Highest quality enamel with sharp edges and a sharp tip! Root is complete, nicely articulated, and has essentially no hydration crack. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. A very difficult tooth to locate from a loction that produces few Parotodus teeth. You never see top quality Parotodus teeth from the St. Mary's River. This is a very old collection piece.

    G153          SIZE: 2-5/16" 

    Note - Adding three rare Georgia Parotodus teeth in August 2021.    Link to Parotodus teeth.

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  13. Edestus heinrichi
    $750.00

    An ultra rare, Top Quality EXTRA LARGE Edestus heinrichi shark whorl section with 3 crowns, from Herrin, Illinois. An April Fossil of the Month. This is a Paleozoic shark that lived in swamps that our now underground coal deposits. Excellent preservation and serrations. The Edestus shark would have an upper and lower tooth whorl that are vertically opposed. Research showed that they could use their opposing teeth in a scissor-like motion to cut prey. It is the first animal to cut vertically. A very strange looking and unique acting shark. Shark recreation image is credited to Julio Lacerdo. These rare teeth are Pennsylvanian age from Illinois. Note - one crown tip was professionally restored. Authenticity guaranteed. Triple crown whorl sections are quite rare!

    I02             SIZE: 1-1/4" teeth   (Whorl  6")

    Adding 15 Edestus shark specimens in April 2021.    Link to Edestus shark.

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  14. Parotodus benedeni
    $675.00

    A Very Rare, HIGH QUALITY Parotodus benedeni tooth from Sharktooth Hill, near Bakersfield California. A July 2019 Fossil of the Month. This tooth has a highly desirable light tan enamel and a very massive root. This Parotodus benedeni tooth remains mounted on the original Round Mountain Silt matrix and it is sitting on a chunk of whale bone. The crown enamel has good luster and sharp edges. High quality enamel! A little tip damage which is typical for the P. benedeni. NO repair! A very difficult tooth to locate and an EXCEPTIONAL Collector's tooth! Authenticity guaranteed.  One of the rarest P. benedeni teeth. An incredible display piece that came out of a 25 year old old collection.

    ST402              SIZE: 2-3/8"

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  15. Parotodus benedeni : Georgia
    $650.00

    A very rare, Top Quality Parotodus benedeni lateral tooth with a massive root from the Camden Co., Georgia. A Miocene age tooth from the Hawthorne Fm. An fantastic BLACK colored tooth! Highest quality enamel with sharp edges and a sharp tip! Root is complete, nicely articulated, and has essentially no hydration crack. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. A very difficult tooth to locate from a loction that produces few Parotodus teeth. This is a very old collection piece.

    G151          SIZE: 2-5/8" 

    Note - Adding three rare Georgia Parotodus teeth in August 2021.    Link to Parotodus teeth.

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  16. Hexanchus microdon symphyseal
    $550.00

    A Very Rare, High Quality Hexanchus microdon symphyseal tooth from Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada. An August Fossil of the Month. This is a species from the Late Cretaceous deep water Northumberland Formation deposit. A species of Hexanchiforme shark. The crown is complete (5+ cusps!) and the root is complete. High quality enamel. No repair. A very difficult tooth to locate and an excellent collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. This incredible specimen is from a 20 year old collection. The symphyseal is always a rare position tooth to find and from a rare locality!

    CD57              SIZE: 3/16" Wide

    Note - Adding 64 Hornby Island deep water shark teeth.   ->   Link to Hornby Island shark teeth.

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  17. Hexanchus gigas   - Chile
    $500.00

    An Ultra Rare, Hexanchus griseus symphyseal tooth from the Caldera Basin of Chile. A May Fossil of the Month. This is complete lower jaw symphyseal tooth from a very large and rare male shark. Superb preservation and color. Seven very large and sharp primary cusps. An excellent complete root. Note - there is a crack, but most likely no break. Authenticity guaranteed. Museum Quality rare collector's tooth. Unfortunately there are no more teeth coming from this site. This is a piece from an old collection. Great eye appeal!

    C401L          Size: 1" W  (7/8" H)

    Note - Adding 22 new Chilean Hexanchus teeth in May 2021 ->  Link to Hexanchus Teeth 

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  18. Parotodus benedeni                    
    $495.00

    A LARGE, very rare Parotodus benedeni tooth from the Lee Creek mine, Aurora, No. Carolina. Lateral tooth. The crown has extremely sharp cutting edges. Excellent light tan color with a white root and bourlette. The root is ~5/8" thick and shows typical hydration cracks. This Parotodus tooth was found in the Yorktown Formation (Pliocene age). No repair or restoration. A very special, rare collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed.  

    LC102           Size: 2-1/2"

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  19. Edestus heinrichi
    $495.00

    An ultra rare, Top Quality EXTRA LARGE Edestus heinrichi shark whorl section with 2 big crowns, from Herrin, Illinois. An April Fossil of the Month. This is a Paleozoic shark that lived in swamps that our now underground coal deposits. Exceptional preservation and serrations. Note - extra long whorl section with extra large crowns - rare. The Edestus shark would have an upper and lower tooth whorl that are vertically opposed. Research showed that they could use their opposing teeth in a scissor-like motion to cut prey. It is the first animal to cut vertically. A very strange looking and unique acting shark. Shark recreation image is credited to Julio Lacerdo. These rare teeth are Pennsylvanian age from Illinois. Note - one crown tip was professionally restored. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    I03             SIZE: 2"   (Root 5-1/2")

    Adding 15 Edestus shark specimens in April 2021.    Link to Edestus shark.

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  20. Hexanchus gigas   - Chile
    $475.00

    An Ultra Rare, Hexanchus griseus symphyseal tooth from the Caldera Basin of Chile. A May Fossil of the Month. This is complete lower jaw symphyseal tooth. A large female shark. Superb preservation and color. Thirteen very sharp and primary cusps. An excellent root, but it is cracked. Authenticity guaranteed. Museum Quality collector's tooth. Unfortunately there are no more teeth coming from this site. This is a piece from an old collection.

    C404L          Size: 7/8" W  (11/16" H)

    Note - Adding 22 new Chilean Hexanchus teeth in May 2021 ->  Link to Hexanchus Teeth 

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  21. Rolfodon ludvigseni
    $450.00

    A Very Rare, Top Quality Rolfodon ludvigseni junvenile tooth from Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada.  This is a new genius from the Late Cretaceous deep water Northumberland Formation deposit. A unique species of Chlamydoselachiform shark, the Frill shark. (Note - the specimen is the size and character of the extremely rare Chlamydoselachus balli, but it lacks the two small acessory cusps that reside between the main cusps.)  These teeth exhibit classic Frill shark design with a central cusp flanked by two lateral cusps. The crown is near complete with damage to one cusp end and the root may complete or may be missing some root end. Highest quality enamel. No repair. A very difficult tooth to locate and an excellent collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. This incredible specimen is from a 20 year old collection. An excellent Frill shark specimen!

    CD94              SIZE: 3/16"  Wide 

    Note - Adding 64 Hornby Island deep water shark teeth.   ->   Link to all Hornby Island shark teeth.

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  22. Parotodus benedeni   Calvert Cliffs               
    $450.00

    An ultra rare, Top Quality Parotodus benedeni shark tooth, the extinct False Mako shark, from Calvert Cliffs, Maryland. Nice tan color. Excellent preservation and condition. These teeth are rarely found and seen. A Miocene Benedeni tooth from the Calvert Fm. No repair or restoration. A rare collectors' Benedeni tooth in high quality condition. Try finding one of these teeth! Authenticity guaranteed.    

    MD502           SIZE: 1-9/16"

    Posting 2 Calvert Cliffs Parotodus benedeni shark teeth in March 2021.   Link to Parotodus teeth. 

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  23. Otodus aksuaticus (Partial serrated)
    $425.00

    very rare, early Otodus aksuaticus 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 small serrations along the lower 1/2 of the crown and fine 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.

    K541         SIZE: 2-1/8"

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



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  24. Hexanchus gigas   - Chile
    $425.00

    An Ultra Rare, Hexanchus griseus symphyseal tooth from the Caldera Basin of Chile. This is complete lower jaw symphyseal tooth. A female shark. Superb preservation and color. Twelve very sharp and primary cusps. An excellent root - very unique & difficult to find! Authenticity guaranteed. Museum Quality collector's tooth. Unfortunately there are no more teeth coming from this site. This is a piece from an old collection.

    C405L          Size: 11/16"  (9/16" H)

    Note - Adding 22 new Chilean Hexanchus teeth in May 2021 ->  Link to Hexanchus Teeth 

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  25. Hexanchus gigas   - Chile
    $425.00

    An Ultra Rare, Hexanchus griseus symphyseal tooth from the Caldera Basin of Chile. This is complete lower jaw symphyseal tooth. A rare male shark. Superb preservation and color. Nine plus very sharp and one primary cusp surrounded by many small pathologic cusps. An excellent complete root. Authenticity guaranteed. Museum Quality collector's tooth. Unfortunately there are no more teeth coming from this site. This is a piece from an old collection.

    C402L          Size: 13/16" W  (13/16" H)

    Note - Adding 22 new Chilean Hexanchus teeth in May 2021 ->  Link to Hexanchus Teeth 

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  26. Parotodus benedeni                                
    $425.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, very rare, Parotodus benedeni lateral tooth with a massive root from the Whale Branch, So. Carolina. A Miocene age tooth from the Hawthorne Fm. High quality enamel with sharp edges and a sharp tip. Root is complete, nicely articulated, and a typical hydration crack. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. A difficult tooth to locate.

    SC861              SIZE: 2-3/4" 

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  27. Otodus mugodzharicus (Partial serrated)
    $425.00

    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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  28. Hexanchus microdon symphyseal
    $400.00

    A Very Rare, High Quality Hexanchus microdon symphyseal tooth from Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada. This is a species from the Late Cretaceous deep water Northumberland Formation deposit. A species of Hexanchiforme shark. The crown is complete (7 cusps!) and the root base is damaged. High quality enamel. No repair. A very difficult tooth to locate and an excellent collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. This incredible specimen is from a 20 year old collection. The symphyseal is always a rare position tooth to find from a rare locality!

    CD56              SIZE: 3/16" Wide

    Note - Adding 64 Hornby Island deep water shark teeth.   ->   Link to Hornby Island shark teeth.

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  29. Otodus aksuaticus (Partial serrated)
    $395.00

    very rare, early Otodus aksuaticus lower 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 small serrations along the lower 1/2 of the crown and fine 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.

    K542         SIZE: 2-1/4"

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



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  30. Otodus mugodzharicus (Partial serrated)
    $375.00

    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 fine serrations along the lower 1/3 of crown and no 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.

    K552         SIZE: 1-3/4"

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

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  31. Parotodus benedeni
    $375.00

    A Very Rare, HIGH QUALITY Parotodus benedeni, the False Mako, tooth from Sharktooth Hill, near Bakersfield, California. This tooth has a nice tan colored enamel and a very massive root. The crown enamel has good luster and sharp edges. High quality enamel. No repair or restoration. A very difficult tooth to locate! Authenticity guaranteed. One of the rarest P. benedeni teeth. 

    ST403              SIZE: 2-3/16"

    Posting three Sharktooth Hill Parotodus benedeni teeth in March 2021.   Link to Sharktooth Hill P. benedeni teeth

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  32. Megamouth shark (Megachasma)
    $375.00

    A RARE, EXTRA LARGE Top Quality Megachasma tooth, the Megamouth shark, from the Bahia Iglesa Fm., Chile. A May Fossil of the Month.The Megamouth shark is a very rare and exotic fossil shark tooth since it is rarely found in the fossil record. Megachasma teeth are one of the scarce and well preserved fossils that are unique to the Caldera Basin site in Chile! The best size and quality tooth available. Late Miocene age. An exceptional and rare collector's tooth! Authenticity guaranteed. The BEST!

    C552            Size: 7/8"   (Base  7/16" x 5/8")

    Note - Adding 8 new Chilean Megachasma teeth in May 2021 -> Link to Megachasma teeth

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  33. Megamouth shark (Megachasma)
    $375.00

    A RARE, EXTRA LARGE Top Quality Megachasma tooth, the Megamouth shark, from the Bahia Iglesa Fm., Chile. A May Fossil of the Month.The Megamouth shark is a very rare and exotic fossil shark tooth since it is rarely found in the fossil record. Megachasma teeth are one of the scarce and well preserved fossils that are unique to the Caldera Basin site in Chile! The best size and quality tooth available. Late Miocene age. An exceptional and rare collector's tooth! Authenticity guaranteed. The BEST!

    C551            Size: 7/8"   (Base  11/16" x 9/16")

    Note - Adding 8 new Chilean Megachasma teeth in May 2021 -> Link to Megachasma teeth

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  34. Megamouth shark (Megachasma)
    $350.00

    An ULTRA RARE, "Dual Crown" PATHOLOGIC Megachasma tooth, the Megamouth shark, from the Bahia Iglesa Fm., Chile. The Megamouth shark is a very rare and exotic fossil shark tooth since it is rarely found in the fossil record. Megachasma teeth are one of the scarce and well preserved fossils that are unique to the Caldera Basin site in Chile! The best size and quality tooth available. Late Miocene age. An exceptional and rare collector's tooth! Authenticity guaranteed. Museum Quality tooth. A super rare dual crown tooth!   Check out my new Blog - The Best of Chile - Shark Teeth   https://www.buriedtreasurefossils.com/blog/post/the-best-of-chile-fossil-shark-teeth/

    C558           Size: 5/8"

    Note - Adding 8 new Chilean Megachasma teeth in March 2020 -> Link to Megachasma teeth

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  35. Otodus aksuaticus (Partial serrated)
    $350.00

    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.

    K543         SIZE: 1-1/4"

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



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  36. Parotodus benedeni                                
    $350.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, very rare, Parotodus benedeni lateral tooth with a massive root from So. Carolina. A Miocene age tooth from the Hawthorne Fm. Nice Black color. High quality enamel with sharp edges and a sharp tip. Root is complete, nicely articulated, and a typical hydration crack. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. A difficult tooth to locate.

    SC860              SIZE: 2-11/16" 

    Adding 7 So. Caroilna Parotodus benedeni teeth in September 2020.  ->   Link to SC Parotodus benedeni teeth.

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