Megalodon Shark Tooth - 5 & 1/8 - ULTRA RARE - SOUTHEAST ASIA - 2nd or 3rd ROW. There is a reason why. 75% of our sales are from Repeat Customers! OVER 10,000 POSITIVE FOSSIL FEEDBACKS.
This is an ULTRA Rare 2nd or 3rd Row jaw position specimen from Southeast Asia. Serrations and tip are outstanding and even the best collections don. T have one of these. Not this jaw position and not from this location.As most collectors already know, a shark is always producing new teeth with the first row being the primary working teeth of the jaw. The second row and back usually have underdeveloped roots until they move to the primary row, as can be seen in the specimen above. A shark loses its teeth during feeding and this takes place in the primary row and the reason you see almost zero teeth from the secondary and back rows of teeth. Usually when a tooth from the second row and back is found it is because the shark has diednot alwaysbut is often the case. A second or third row jaw position is so rare that almost all collections are void of a specimen such as this from even the most common locationslet alone a rare location like South East Asia.
Enjoyits the only one I have and most likely the only one I will ever get. No repairs and No restorations. I do NOT sale fake teeth or plastic molds.
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There is never such thing as a stupid question, and I answer all my emails personally. _gsrx_vers_855 GS 7.0.19 (855). The item "Megalodon Shark Tooth 5 & 1/8 ULTRA RARE SOUTHEAST ASIA 2nd or 3rd ROW" is in sale since Wednesday, January 29, 2020.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Rocks, Fossils & Minerals\Fossils\Vertebrates\Shark Teeth". The seller is "sydni816" and is located in Bradenton, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.