Carcharocles chubutensis    

NC062 BoP2
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A GORGEOUS, "Bumble Bee" Chubutensis tooth - an upper jaw anterior tooth from the Meherrin River red site in northeastern No. Carolina. The "Bumble Bee" tooth with incredible rare yellow and black colors! A January 2020 Fossil of the Month. Highest quality enamel. No enamel peel. The bourlette is composed of the lower dentin layer. The serrations are sharp and 100% complete with an excellent tip serration. Excellent side cusps. The root is gorgeous with few cracks on the face. No repair! An ultra rare Chubutensis collector's tooth with fantastic color. Definitely a top 1% red site Chub considering preservation and color! Museum Quality. Authenticity guaranteed.

NC062  BoP2     SIZE: 2-5/16"

This catalog contains exceptional copper red colored teeth from Carcharocles chubutensis, the predecessor of the Megalodon. These teeth are from the early Miocene Pungo River Fm. (like the Lee Creek site), but are found in the northern part of the state known for the copper red colored teeth. These copper red colored teeth are quite rare and very difficult to find which adds to their rarity.  

All teeth listed are near museum quality or better. NO restoration or repair in this group! One of the rarest Chub teeth to have in your collection and my supply is very limited! Excellent selection. Try finding a Chubutensis tooth with the rare copper red colors!