Indonesia

Buried Treasure Fossils offers beautiful and rare Miocene fossil shark teeth from from Indonesia. The catalog includes incredible West Java Megalodon teeth and a variety of Sumatran Miocene fossil shark teeth. These teeth exhibit exceptional preservation and color. Links to our two catalogs with an extensive inventory of West Java Megalodon teeth are below. Authenticity guaranteed. Have a look.

Top Quality West Java Megalodon teeth - 

https://www.buriedtreasurefossils.com/index.php/shark-teeth/megalodon/indonesia.html

Commercial Quality West Java Megalodon teeth - 

https://www.buriedtreasurefossils.com/index.php/shark-teeth/megalodon/indonesia-commercial-grade.html


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  1. Carcharocles megalodon (Sumatra)
    $50.00

    A rare Megalodon tooth from Sumatra, Indonesia. This Meg is serrated. These teeth were deposited in the Telisa formation - a shallow marine environment during the middle Miocene (approx. 15 million years ago.) A very unique collector's tooth. D002 is the tooth on the right. Authenticity guaranteed.

    D002 (Right)       SIZE: 1-7/8"

    Note - 6 new Sumatran Megalodon teeth added in January 2018.       Link to Sumatran Megalodon teeth.


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  2. Galeocerdo cuvier (Sumatra)
    $20.00

    A rare Galecerdo cuvier tooth from Sumatra, Indonesia. These teeth were deposited in the Telisa formation - a shallow marine environment during the middle Miocene (approx. 15 million years ago.) A very unique collector's tooth.  Authenticity guaranteed.

    D012          SIZE: 13/16"

    Note - 14 new Sumatran Tiger shark teeth added in January 2018.       Link to Sumatran teeth.

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  3. Galeocerdo cuvier (Sumatra)
    $20.00

    A rare Galecerdo cuvier tooth from Sumatra, Indonesia. These teeth were deposited in the Telisa formation - a shallow marine environment during the middle Miocene (approx. 15 million years ago.) D013 is the tooth on the left. A very unique collector's tooth.  Authenticity guaranteed.

    D013 (Left)          SIZE: 5/8"

    Note - 14 new Sumatran Tiger shark teeth added in January 2018.       Link to Sumatran teeth.

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  4. Trichiurides sagittidens (Bony fish)
    $20.00

    A rare, EXTRA LARGE Trichiurides sagittidens tooth from Sumatra, Indonesia. These teeth were deposited in the Telisa formation - a shallow marine environment during the middle Miocene (approx. 15 million years ago.) A very unique collector's tooth. D141 is the top quality tooth on the left. Authenticity guaranteed.

    D141 (Left)       SIZE: 11/16"

    Note - 12 new Sumatran Trichiurides sagittidens teeth added in January 2018.     Link to Sumatran teeth.

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  5. Carcharhinus plumbeus (Sandbarshark)
    $17.50

    A rare Carcharhinus plumbeus tooth, the Sandbar shark, from Sumatra, Indonesia. These teeth were deposited in the Telisa formation - a shallow marine environment during the middle Miocene (approx. 15 million years ago.) A very unique collector's tooth. D082 is the upper jaw tooth on the right. Authenticity guaranteed.

    D082 (Right)       SIZE: 7/16"

    Note - 50+ new Sumatran Carcharhinus teeth (4 species) added in January 2018.       Link to Sumatran teeth.

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  6. Carcharhinus plumbeus (Sandbar shark)
    $17.50

    A rare Carcharhinus plumbeus tooth, the Sandbar shark, from Sumatra, Indonesia. These teeth were deposited in the Telisa formation - a shallow marine environment during the middle Miocene (approx. 15 million years ago.) A very unique collector's tooth. D083 is the upper jaw tooth on the left. Authenticity guaranteed.

    D083 (Left)       SIZE: 7/16"+

    Note - 50+ new Sumatran Carcharhinus teeth (4 species) added in January 2018.       Link to Sumatran teeth.

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  7. Fossil Crab
    $17.50

    A rare fossil crab from Sumatra, Indonesia. This crab was deposited in the Telisa formation - a shallow marine environment during the middle Miocene (approx. 15 million years ago.) A very unique collector's fossil. D202 is the high quality crab. Authenticity guaranteed.

    D202       SIZE: 15/16"

    Note - 4 new Sumatran fossil crabs added in January 2018.     Link to Sumatran teeth.

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  8. Isurus sp. (Mako shark)
    $15.00

    A rare Mako shark tooth from Sumatra, Indonesia. These teeth appear to be juvenile Isurus desori teeth (narrow crown) and are scarce in the Sumatran deposit. They were deposited in the Telisa formation - a shallow marine environment during the middle Miocene (approx. 15 million years ago.) A very unique collector's tooth. D054 is the lower jaw tooth on the right. Authenticity guaranteed.

    D054 (Right)       SIZE: 7/16"

    Note - 5 new Sumatran Mako teeth added in January 2018.       Link to Sumatran teeth.

     

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  9. Carcharhinus macloti (Hardnose shark)
    $15.00

    A rare Carcharhinus macloti tooth, the Hardnose shark, from Sumatra, Indonesia. These teeth were deposited in the Telisa formation - a shallow marine environment during the middle Miocene (approx. 15 million years ago.) A very unique collector's tooth. D122 is the upper jaw tooth on the right. Authenticity guaranteed.

    D122 (Right)       SIZE: 5/16"

    Note - 50+ new Sumatran Carcharhinus teeth (4 species) added in January 2018.       Link to Sumatran teeth.

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  10. Trichiurides sagittidens (Bony fish)
    $15.00

    A rare, LARGE Trichiurides sagittidens tooth from Sumatra, Indonesia. These teeth were deposited in the Telisa formation - a shallow marine environment during the middle Miocene (approx. 15 million years ago.) A very unique collector's tooth. D144 is the top quality tooth on the right. Authenticity guaranteed.

    D144 (Right)       SIZE: 9/16"

    Note - 12 new Sumatran Trichiurides sagittidens teeth added in January 2018.     Link to Sumatran teeth.

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  11. Carcharhinus brachyurus (Copper shark)
    $12.50

    A rare Carcharhinus brachyurus tooth, the Copper shark, from Sumatra, Indonesia. These teeth were deposited in the Telisa formation - a shallow marine environment during the middle Miocene (approx. 15 million years ago.) A very unique collector's tooth. D062 is the upper jaw tooth on the right. Authenticity guaranteed.

    D062 (Right)       SIZE: 9/16"

    Note - 50+ new Sumatran Carcharhinus teeth (4 species) added in January 2018.       Link to Sumatran teeth.

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  12. Carcharhinus macloti (Hardnose shark)
    $12.50

    A rare Carcharhinus macloti tooth, the Hardnose shark, from Sumatra, Indonesia. These teeth were deposited in the Telisa formation - a shallow marine environment during the middle Miocene (approx. 15 million years ago.) A very unique collector's tooth. D121 is the upper jaw tooth on the left. Authenticity guaranteed.

    D121 (Left)       SIZE: 5/16"

    Note - 50+ new Sumatran Carcharhinus teeth (4 species) added in January 2018.       Link to Sumatran teeth.

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