No. Carolina Fossil Shark Teeth - Shark Tooth Listing By Species

Buried Treasure Fossils offers incredible No. Carolina fossil shark teeth for sale including Auriculatus, Angustidens, Chubutensis & Megalodon teeth and more. The coastal rivers of northern North Carolina can be an excellent source of high quality collector shark teeth. The NE area of No. Carolina is famous for producing the rare copper-red colored shark teeth - Megalodons, Angustidens, Auriculatus, Great White, Mako teeth and more from the Eocene Castle Hayne Fm., Miocene Pungo River Fm., and Pliocene Yorktown formation. The teeth are richly colored, well preserved, and quite rare. Unfortunately the few rivers that produce these teeth yield very few teeth so the quantity of these copper-red teeth is quite limited which adds to their value and collectability. Many a diver has gone home empty handed when searching these sites! Note - The teeth from this site are typically better quality than the similar colored teeth found in SE Virginia. Authenticity guaranteed. Have a look.

Also visit our extensive Lee Creek locality catalogs. The world famous Lee Creek phosphate mine in Aurora, No. Carolina, has produced incredible middle Miocene and Pliocene fossils. Unfortunately, all collecting in the mine area stopped in 2008. The link to the Lee Creek catalogs follows.

Scientific name Common Name
Alpoias grandis (1) Extinct Thresher shark Copper Red Site
Carcharias cuspidata (4) Extinct Sand shark Copper Red Site
Carcharocles auriculatus (Early Eocene form) (5) Early Extinct Giant White shark
Carcharocles auriculatus (17) Early Extinct Giant White shark
Carcharocles angustidens (13) Early Extinct Giant White shark
Carcharocles chubutensis (16) Early Extinct Giant White shark
Carcharocles megalodon (26) Extinct Giant White shark
Carcharodon carcharias (3) Great White shark
Galeocerdo cuvier (0) Tiger shark
Hemipristis serra (9) Snaggletooth shark
Isurus desori (6) Extinct Narrow-toothed Mako shark
Isurus hastalis (22) Extinct Big-toothed Mako shark Copper Red Site
Isurus praecursor (2) Extinct early Mako shark
Isurus oxyrhinchus (12) Extinct Narrow-toothed Mako shark
Isurus retroflexus (10) Extinct Longfin Mako shark
Otodus aksuaticus (Serrated Otodus) (0) Early Extinct Mackerel shark - Transitional Auric
Otodus obliquus (Early Eocene form) (0) Early Extinct Mackerel shark
Striatolamia macrota (3) Extinct Sand Tiger shark Copper Red Site
Trigonotodus serratus (2) Extinct Serrated Thresher shark Copper Red Site