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These beautiful Megalodon Sharks Teeth have been professionally polished on a lapidary machine which involves a 13 step process using 6 different diamond grit wheels.
Lapidary machines are commonly used to polish semi-precious stones, fossil wood, Ammonites and various other fossils.
Megalodon Teeth for sale.
We are the first shark tooth web site to offer shark teeth for sale. Sharksteeth.com started in 1997 and was bought out in 1998. We have been providing other dealers, stores and collectors with sharks teeth for OVER 20 years. Our Megalodon shark tooth collection is immense and our product is 100% guaranteed to be exactly what it is stated on our site or your money back.
We will search the earth to find you the customer the best quality, best priced and best fit megalodon shark tooth for your display and needs. Over the years we have diversified to carry the needs of our customers to include all grades of megalodon shark teeth . Including broken megalodon shark teeth. We carry megalodon shark teeth from around the world such as South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia ,Georgia ,Florida, California, New Caledonia, Chile, Peru etc..
The Age of the Giant Megalodon Shark
C. Megalodon (Agassiz, 1843), the giant "Megatooth" shark, ruled all the warm water seas during the Neogene Period [Miocene (5-24 million years ago (mya)) and Pliocene (1.67-5 mya)]. At the beginning of its reign, C. megalodon was unaware of the evolution of the first hominoids on land (Proconsul), but would have witnessed the first monsoons and upwellings in the Arabian Sea which connected the Mediterranean Sea with the Indian Ocean.
Our sharks teeth are recovered from all over the world. The online store of Megalodon teeth can't be beat
This display is a small sampling of our stock of megalodon teeth and other relative
Fossil Presentations are a great way to enlighten young students of Natural history.
Just a sample of what we find while scuba diving in the rivers of South Carolina.
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