Fossil Giant Shark’s tooth, Megladon, USA, 16 million years old
Fossil Giant Shark’s tooth,
Existed Mioscene-Pliocene periods,
28 – 3 million years ago –
this example from Florida USA dates to around 16 million years ago…
12cm long, 8cm wide
Condition: shows some wear to enamel, 1/3 missing, what remains in excellent condition – super smooth surface, nice to handle.
These creatures were massive, the size of a bus – possibly up to 25 meters long! They were the top predator of the seas, with whale remains showing signs of being chewed on by Megladon. Like the modern sharks, they constantly grew new teeth and dropped their old ones…