Over six inch, widest FIVE INCH & heaviest all 100% natural Upper Anterior in excxiting colours' palette. No substances used to enhance blade colour, no photo effect filters. 6.05'' x 5'' wide.WEIGHT : 0.4 kilo (400 grams) exactly, unbelievably heavy! This massive upper has very deep & sharp serrations, 100 % survived. Rarest survival of "skirts" - serrations immedeately near the root - in most megs those are missing. In professional terms - No damage to the base of the blade edges - a trait only seen in the best teeth. Naturally shifted within in formation (see below). Massive root is in 100% survival order (very rare for Indo teeth) with minor pitting. Excellent detail and form, original texture. Smoothly transits to bourlette over the characteristic hump. Bourlette is all original in very good condition in near 100% survival state. Real rarity: goes all the way to the edges'extremes both sides (becoming really tiny). And another rarity - smooth transit to the blade enamel without usual gaps or cracks.
It is in the most desired Tiger pattern colour with gold veins. Smoothly goes to root via a charecteristic hump.Enamel in good natural condition overall. With centuries it shifted within while inside the ground formation, i. No artificial damage, no repair, no glue, no fillings (inspected under the microscope) etc. Labial: Tiger pattern skirts with mixture of gold & blue. Blue to purple to gold/brown on the gold bone backdrop. Along the serrations you see rose feathers. Lingual: Main colour - African Lion skin. Along the root you see green/blue/purple halo. On the edge where the blade transits to root you see leopard skin colours. On the skirts here you see purple/blue clouds. Anomaly wide - FIVE INCHES - never seen as yet by my goodself. And the overall proportion - 6" x 5" - matches Golden Ratio of Vitrivius. Leonardo da Vinci would have really appreciated this one! Can hardly imagine the size of the meg shark having quite a hundred of those abnormally wide giants in her mouth. In 2002 shark researcher Clifford Jeremiah proposed that total length was proportional to the root width of an upper anterior tooth. He claimed that for every 1 centimeter (0.39 in) of root width, there are approximately 1.4 meters (4.6 ft) of shark length.
Jeremiah pointed out that the jaw perimeter of a shark is directly proportional to its total length, with the width of the roots of the largest teeth being a tool for estimating jaw perimeter. The largest tooth in Jeremiah's possession had a root width of about 12 centimeters (4.7 in).
Which yielded 16.5 meters (54 ft) in total length. Poor Clifford had only 4.7 wide root in his posession. Absolutely, utterly & totally unique. 5 - 1 KILO = 20% DISCOUNT. WILL BE SAFELY PACKED - NO WORRIES.
The item "Megalodon Tooth 6.05'' x 5'' Giant Upper 0.4 kilo African Lion in Rage Colours" is in sale since Friday, January 22, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Rocks, Fossils & Minerals\Fossils\Vertebrates\Shark Teeth". The seller is "ruboko" and is located in Bali. This item can be shipped worldwide.