If you have any inquiries regarding this or any of my other auctions please feel free to contact me. All payments made by the use of bank transfer will incur a discount of 2.6 percent. This is a nice symmetrical natural fossilized Megalodon shark tooth.The root is rather large and deep brown in colour. It has even lobes and is well preserved. The bourlette is large with minor details. The crown has complete enamel with light stress cracks.
The edges and tip are rounded off. There are many cool stain effect in the enamel. There is also a slight vertical concave on this tooth.Measurements: I have measured the tooth From the left and right slant And the widest section of the tooth Being the width. R= 3 10 L= 3 14 W= 2 15. Megalodon; meaning "big tooth", from Ancient Greek: megas "big, mighty" and o (odoús), "tooth". Not only was Megalodon the biggest prehistoric shark that ever lived; it was the largest Shark in history, outweighing both the modern Sharks.
Since Megalodon is known from thousands of teeth but only a few bones. Over the past century, people have come up with estimates (based n tooth size) ranging from 40 to 100 feet and weighed as much as 100 tons. Megalodon had a diet of whales and other large marine animal. The reason the teeth fossilized is due to burial and compression. Fossils are not simply made but require specific circumstances.
According to science the fossilization process was due to certain environmental change. I have no doubt in my mind that all fossils were created by God at the time of the great flood or what we know as Noahs flood. I really do my best to make everyone who buys from me happy. If ever I do make a mistake with someone, I will do everything within my will to rectify the situation and make it right.Express post accepted on request. Direct Bank Deposit (please leave item number as a reference). All items will be posted via regular registered post.
This applies to all items posted nationally. If you wish to have the item posted by a different method, please contact me and I will see it done. Polished teeth: Lapidary equipment is used to high.Diamonds, ammonites, fossil wood & semi precious stones. It is a time consuming procedure required to achieve the fantastic high glossy finish on these rare, very old & very fragile Sharks teeth. In many of them you will see your own reflection, of course no two are alike & are hands down the most beautiful teeth I have ever seen. The finish is smooth as glass. Pictures do not & can not do these teeth justice.
Only when one is in your hands, will you see the true beauty & the high glossy, smooth finish that will amaze you. Reasons I may not do this is because the post office may be shut or the item bought is bought to late in the day.
I do not post on week ends as the post is not operational. Post transit varies depending on geographical locations, for example, it would take longer for an item to get to western Australia than it would Victoria dew to distance.I take photos of each individual tooth from multiple angles. I attempt to get as much of the tooth in direct sunlight as possible, this brings out details not seen in shadow shots. This will also allow you to fully appreciate the fossil and make a better decision on purchasing. I use a 16mp Nikon in order to. Photos as much as possible.
I take these necessary steps in order to make you and happy and decrease error as much as possible. The anatomy of the shark tooth: The root of a tooth is located at the top (upper jaw shark tooth) and at the bottom (lower jaw shark tooth) shark tooth. The root has two lobes which are the far right and left of the root.Directly under the root is a bourlette, this line divides the root from the crown. The crown is the majority of the tooth and it is the exposed part of a living shark and is always coated in enamel, The crown sometimes has fine serrations and they are lined on its left and right edges, the bottom of the tooth is often reffered to as the tip. An upper Shark tooth is more of a triangular shape where as a lower shark tooth is often thinner with a V shaped root. The principle shark teeth are well shaped teeth found at the front of a sharks mouth.
Posterior teeth can widen in shape and are found further back in a shark jaw. Sometimes these teeth become extremely wide and short. Thank you for the beautiful specimen. The tooth arrived i thought it felt real. And looked genuine but im not experienced.With fossils so i took it in to a. I thought you might like to know that the. Paleontologist did confirm the fossil is.
The item "SYMMETRICAL FOSIL MEGALODON SHARK TOOTH NICE APPEARANCE" is in sale since Sunday, June 20, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectables\Rocks, Fossils, Minerals\Fossils". The seller is "snags-shark-teeth" and is located in Devonport, Tasmania.
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