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Otodus Shark Teeth

Otodus Shark Tooth

Otodus shark teeth are large and triangular, with smooth cutting edges and visible cusps on the roots. Otodus teeth are also known for their distinctive ear-shaped cusplets on the sides of the crown. Otodus shark teeth are found in marine fossils all over the world, dating from the Paleocene to the Pliocene epochs (66 million to 5 million years ago). This suggests that Otodus sharks were widespread and abundant predators during this time period.

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