Megalodon Shark Fossil Teeth from Bone Valley

in megalodon •  7 months ago

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Fossil Shark Teeth.
Miocene (approx. 5 to 23 million years)
Bone Valley Formation
Hawthorn Group
Venice, Florida

Megalodon (Carcharocles Megalodon), Snaggletooth (Hemipristis Elongata) , and Great White ancestor (Carcharodon Hastalis).

These were found by me and are available for purchase. Each tooth comes with a specimen ID label. All Steemit members get 20% OFF by using coupon code "steemit" at checkout.

More specimens, details, photos, and ordering - http://galactic-stone.com/fossils-amber/fossils/megalodon-shark-teeth/

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(Photo : Carcharocles Megalodon, 2.5 inches)

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(Photo : Carcharocles Megalodon, 2 inches)

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(Photo : Carcharocles Megalodon, 1.75 inches)

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(Photo : Carcharodon Hastalis, 2.25 inches)

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(Photo : Hemipristis Elongata, 2.25 inches)

Thanks for looking!

Photo credits : all images by me, MikeG.

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Very interesting samples. Get my upvote and hope you can upvote me in return. --Thanks a lot.-