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Palaeocarcharodon Shark Teeth

Palaeocarcharodon, also known as the pygmy white shark, was a fearsome predator that lived in the seas of the Paleocene epoch, over 60 million years ago. Their teeth are highly prized by fossil collectors for their unique appearance and rarity. Palaeocarcharodon teeth are triangular in shape, with a sharp cutting edge and irregular serrations. They are also relatively large, with some specimens reaching over 2 inches in length. One of the most distinctive features of Palaeocarcharodon teeth is their serrate lateral cusplets, which are small serrations on the sides of the tooth.

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