1.8" Wire Wrapped, Fossil Mako Tooth Necklace

This is a beautiful, wire wrapped pendant featuring a 15 million year old fossil shark (Carcharodon hastalis) tooth collected in South Carolina. It comes with a 18" cord.

The exact classification of these teeth has been hotly debated for several decades. Historically these teeth have been classified as a Mako shark (Isurus planus or Cosmopolitodus planus) but more recent research has suggested they fall into the white shark lineage (Carcharodon planus) You can read more about this here.
DETAILS
SPECIES
Carcharodon (Isurus) hastalis
LOCATION
South Carolina
FORMATION
Temblor Formation
SIZE
Tooth 1.8" long, 18" cord
ITEM
#130887
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