10.8 cm razor sharp tooth of the Megalodon from Lee Creek
10,8 cm rasiermesserscharfer Zahn des Megalodon aus Lee Creek
The 10.8 cm tooth of the Carcharocles Megalodon comes from the well-known LeeCreek mines in Aurora in North Carolina. It has an almost completely preserved fine and razor sharp dentition and excellent tip. The enamel is lustrous and multi-faceted, depending on the incidence of light. The light root partially shows a white discoloration, which is due to the contact with sunlight at this point. The dark brown bourelette is almost perfectly preserved. An impressive tooth of the prehistoric giant with rarity value, whose pictures speak for themselves.
Species: Carcharocles Megalodon (Family: Otodontidae, Genius: Otodus)
Age: ca. 3 – 20 million years old (Pliocene – early Miocene)
Location: River in South Carolina/USA
Weight: 128 g
Condition: 100% genuine and natural, no repairs and no restorations