2.58" Chubutensis Tooth - Megalodon Ancestor

This is a 2.58" long fossil shark tooth collected at Calvert Cliffs, Maryland. Some people might consider it Carcharocles chubutensis, or a very early/transitional Megalodon tooth due to the presence of small cusps in the corners. The tooth is in overall great shape and has sharp serrations.
DETAILS
SPECIES
Carcharocles chubutensis
LOCATION
Calvert Cliffs, Maryland
FORMATION
Chesapeake Group
SIZE
2.58" long
ITEM
#26726
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