This is by far one of the most interesting megalodon teeth we have in our collection. Occasionally, barnacles will attach to fossil specimens just as it would the seafloor or bedrock. Barnacles create a cement-like substance to attach to various objects in the ocean. This substance is among some of the strongest glues in the world. Researchers are trying to figure out out to use it commercially. It makes for an absolutely stunning display piece for any collection, big or small. Not to mention the condition of this tooth is fantastic. Serrations are still present on the upper half of the blade.
Length: 3.5 in. on longest diagonal
Weight: 2.8 oz
Species: Otodus megalodon (Previously Carcharocles megalodon)
Location: 40 Miles off North Carolina Coast (100’ below sea level)
You will receive the Megalodon tooth pictured. Colors may vary based on screen size and resolution.