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Sharksteeth.com: Pioneering the Megalodon Tooth Market Since 1997

Megalodon shark Teeth for Sale

Wholesale Megalodon Shark Tooth Warehouse in Charleston South Carolina #1 in Megalodon Shark teeth.

Heritage and Expertise:

Established in 1997, Sharksteeth.com is a pioneer in online sales of Megalodon teeth. Our founder, John Taylor, brings over 30 years of experience as a retired Navy Diver and underwater commercial paleontologist. His passion for prehistoric treasures fuels our commitment to offering the largest Megalodon tooth collection available.

Unmatched Selection & Expertise: We cater to all collector preferences with a diverse range of Megalodon teeth in various grades, including broken specimens. Our global sourcing guarantees a wide variety from locations like South Carolina and North Carolina.

Guaranteed Satisfaction: We prioritize customer satisfaction with a 100% money-back guarantee. Our expert team is dedicated to finding the perfect Megalodon tooth for you, considering quality, price, and your specific needs

Megalodon FeedingTitan of the Deep: The Reign of the Megalodon Shark

  • Unearth the Era of the Megalodon: Dive into the Miocene and Pliocene epochs (24-5 million years ago) – the time when the colossal Megalodon, king of the “Megatooth” sharks, dominated the world’s warm seas.
  • A Prehistoric Predator: Imagine Carcharocles megalodon (scientific name), a giant shark exceeding lengths of 20 meters (66 ft). Its reign predated the evolution of the first land-dwelling hominoids (like Proconsul) by millions of years.
  • Witness to a Changing World: While Megalodon ruled the oceans, the Earth’s climate was transforming. The Arabian Sea witnessed the rise of the first monsoons and upwellings, eventually connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean.

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JT at Show

Fossil show brings ‘world’s largest predator’ to Big E

WEST SPRINGFIELD – While The Meg – a movie that chronicles one man’s attempt to save people trapped inside a “sunken submersible” from a 70-foot shark – is taking over box offices across the country, the Eastern States Exposition offered a more accurate depiction of what the prehistoric shark species actually looked like.

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