2.8" Fossil Sperm Whale Tooth - Georgia

This is a Miocene aged fossil sperm whale tooth that was found in a river in NE Georgia associated with shark teeth including Megalodon. The tooth is very solid and is 3.3 inches in length.

While the tooth came from a sperm whale, identifying it to the genus level is impossible. This is because there were 14 known genera of Sperm Whales living in the past compared to 2 today. The size and shape of teeth between these types overlap significantly.
DETAILS
SPECIES
Sperm Whale
LOCATION
River in NE Georgia
FORMATION
Hawthorn Formation
SIZE
2.8" long
CATEGORY
SUB CATEGORY
ITEM
#7797
GUARANTEE
We guarantee the authenticity of all of our
specimens. Read more about our
Authenticity Guarantee.