Fossil Great White shark teeth from U.S.A. are highly uncommon in the Miocene / Pliocene layers. It seems that during the reign of Carcharodon megalodon, the Great White shark, Carcharodon carcharias, was keeping a low profile and for a good reason, Megalodon was much larger with just as bad an attitude if not worse. It isn't until the Pleistocene that the fossil shark teeth of the Great White Shark are found with greater regularity.
This is a large and beautifully-preserved fossil GREAT WHITE SHARK tooth. It has crisp serrations with minor feeding wear and only slight loss to one lobe of the root. The enamel is a steel blue strong reflectivity and a stunning natural luster. We do not clear-coat or enhance our teeth in any way.
Fossil Great White Shark teeth are becoming increasingly difficult to find in this quality, and are FAR MORE RARE than the South American teeth that flooded the market in past years.