Chile Fossil Shark Teeth - Shark Tooth Listing By Species

Buried Treasure Fossils offers incredible shark teeth from the Caldera phosphate mining area of the Atacama Desert, near Copiapo in north central Chile. They date from lower Pliocene Bahia Inglesa Formation to the upper Miocene (approx. 4-6 million years ago). The shark teeth exhibit fantastic coloration, preservation, and condition. Being a land site, the condition and preservation exhibited by these shark teeth are nothing less than outstanding - some of the finest marine fossils known. "The Best of Chile" - See the largest selection of new museum quality Megalodon, Great White (World Record Size), Great White transition, Mako, Hexanchus, Megachasma, and many more species! The Chilean site contains one of the finest late Miocene-Pliocene marine fossils assemblages known. Authenticity guaranteed. Have a look!
 

Note - Unfortunately, the Chilean fossil area including the phosphate mining operation has been shut down to collecting since 2006. The entire fossil area is now a protected natural preserve. Chilean fossils must now be sourced from old collections. This situation is an incredible disappointment to many collectors. However, top quality Chilean fossils are still available in limited supply. BTFossils provides quality that you can trust!

Scientific name Common Name
Carcharhinus leucas (12) Bull shark
Carcharias ferox (12) Sand shark
Carcharocles megalodon (7) Extinct Giant White shark
Carcharodon carcharias - Catalog #1 (2) Great White shark (Size 2-1/4 to 2-5/8)
Carcharodon carcharias - Catalog #2 (47) Great White shark (Size: < 2 to 2-3/16)
Carcharodon carcharias - "Blue Site" - Catalog #1 (0) Great White shark (Size: 2-1/8 to 2-5/8)
Carcharodon carcharias - "Blue Site" - Catalog #2 (11) Great White shark (Size: < 2 to 2-1/16)
Carcharodon carcharias - World Record Size! (5) Great White shark (Extra Large sizes - 2-11/16 to 3+!)
Carcharodon carcharias - Juvenile (5) Great White shark - Juvenile Teeth w/ Side Cusps (rare!)
Carcharodon carcharias - Transition Teeth (9) Great White shark (Mako to GW Transition - rare!)
Carcharodon carcharias - Transition Sets (1) Great White shark (Mako to GW Transition Sets - rare!)
Cetorhinus maximus (1) Basking shark
Echinorhinus blakei (5) Bramble shark
Galeocerdo cuvier (2) Tiger Shark
Galeorhinus galeus (1) Soupfin shark
Heterodontus sp. (8) Horn Shark
Hexanchus gigas - Lower Jaw Teeth (26) Six-gilled Cow shark
Hexanchus gigas - Upper Jaw Teeth (11) Six-gilled Cow shark
Isurus oxyrinchus (11) Shortfin Mako shark
Isurus retroflexus (8) Longfin Mako shark
Isurus xiphodon - Catalog #1 (18) Big-tooth Mako shark (Size: 2-1/2 to > 3)
Big-tooth Mako shark (Broad form) - aka Isurus xiphodon - Cosmopolitodus hastalis (18) Big-tooth Mako shark (Size: 2 to 2-7/16)
Jewelry Catalog (9) Shark Teeth Jewelry
Megachasma sp. (10) Megamouth shark
Pathologic Shark Teeth (5) Wonderful Oddities of Nature
Prionace glauca (0) Great Blue shark
Pristiophorous lanceolatus (10) Saw shark
Shark Vertebrae (0) Shark Vertebrae
Sphryna laevissimus (1) Hammerhead shark
Squatina biforis (6) Angel shark
Rays (4) Eagle rays
Seals (11) Seals
Dolphins (18) Dolphins
Whales (12) Whales