1.4" Serrated, Fossil Great White Shark Tooth - South Carolina

This is a fossil great white shark tooth, Carcharodon carcharias. It comes from the Hawthorn Formation in South Carolina which is Miocene in age. The serrations are still present along the edge of the blade. These fossil great white teeth are much rarer than the Megalodon teeth which they are associated with. The roots on these teeth are much more delicate than many other types of fossil shark teeth, so they are almost always eroded like with this specimen.
DETAILS
SPECIES
Carcharodon carcharias
LOCATION
South Carolina
FORMATION
Hawthorn Formation
SIZE
1.4" long
ITEM
#164769
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