Common Name: Fossil Shark Tooth Auriculatus
Genus/Species: Carcharocles (Carcharodon) auriculatus
Age: 38 Million Years old
Formation: Crystal River
Location: Suwannee County, Florida, USA
What a marvelous naturally sand polished Auriculatus Shark Tooth Fossil. Magnificent brown-reddish-orange enamel with rounded blunt blade, serrations and intact side cusplets. Beautifully stunning and well defined root. Slight feeding damage on tip of blade. Excellent Auriculatus tooth and the oldest known member of the Carcharocles genus. The Youngest member and more legendary of this genus, is Carcharocles Megalodon. This Pre-Megalodon is considered the ancestor of the Megalodon. These Prehistoric Whale Hunters are a rare tooth to add to your collection. No repairs or restorations, and actual specimen pictured & guaranteed authentic.
Size: 2.43" Slant Length (L1) 2.29" Slant Length (L2)
Item #: RIC013