The extinct Carcharocles angustidens species of shark is the first in the lineage of extinct Great White Sharks and is considered the second generation of giant White sharks preceding the notorious C. megalodon shark. This shark shows features of its teeth that later Meg dropped, namely, the cusplets flanking the crown.
This is a pair of UPPER (broader) and LOWER JAW fossil teeth of an Angustidens extinct shark. The lower jaw served to stab and hold prey while the upper jaw did the sawing and cutting. This is a fine quality set of Angustidens teeth that are complete with full roots, crowns and intact side cusplets. The naturally lustrous enamel is accentuated by the beautiful root and bourlette on each. While not perfect with very slight natural feeding wear, this is a fine grade pair of fossil Angustidens shark teeth.
Very few North America Angustidens teeth of this quality are found!