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AC29 - Details

This is a massive super wide pathological Megalodon tooth. It is almost as wide as it is long. Some people have said it looks like a rear lateral or even a posterior Megalodon tooth but it almost has to be pathological. The enamel and root are in great condition. The condition is not perfect but the size and shape make it a top 2% tooth. It measures over 6-1/8" long and over 5-1/3" wide. It is a killer giant tooth at a great price.
Specifications:
  • Length One: 6.15"
  • Length Two: 5.70"
  • Width: 5.37
$950.00

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