Tooth is dead on 5.01 inches and that is very large for a. I would say there are. 20 to 25 upper teeth found for every lower tooth. Theory is that the lower.Teeth might have a root that simply enables the teeth to. Hang on better during feeding, which is when most of. The teeth in a sharks mouth are lost. Either way, this is a large specimen with near flawless.
Serrations and a perfect tip. Only real flaw on this tooth is the bourlette region but.
Tooth is from Georgia, USA. 2 to 12 million years old.No Repairs and No Restorations! I do NOT sell fakes, plastic molds, or replicas of any kind. ONLY the real deal here! _gsrx_vers_1436 GS 9.0.5 (1436).
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