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FOSSIL 'MEGALODON' SHARK'S TOOTH - about 6 million years old - Red Crag - Felixstowe, Suffolk

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TOOTH OF GIANT
PREHISTORIC S
HARK

Otodus megalodon

About 6 million years old (Miocene)

Red Crag.
Falkenham Coprolite Pit,
near Felixstowe, Suffolk 
  

A classic fossil from the Red Crag of Suffolk. It is derived from Miocene deposits and was rounded by natural abrasion on the sea floor millions of years ago before it was buried by the Red Crag sand. The remarkable surface ‘gloss’ is entirely natural and has no adequate scientific explanation.
  
This specimen is about 4 inches in size and is typical of the fossil teeth found in the Red Crag ‘coprolite’ pits of Suffolk in the 19th century.
  
It is presented in a vintage glass museum display box with a glass lid.
  
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Size:  10 x 7 x 3 centimetres
Weight: 151 grams

PRICE: £260.00
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FOSSIL 'MEGALODON' SHARK'S TOOTH -  about 6 million years old - Red Crag -  Felixstowe, Suffolk
FOSSIL 'MEGALODON' SHARK'S TOOTH -  about 6 million years old - Red Crag -  Felixstowe, Suffolk FOSSIL 'MEGALODON' SHARK'S TOOTH -  about 6 million years old - Red Crag -  Felixstowe, Suffolk FOSSIL 'MEGALODON' SHARK'S TOOTH -  about 6 million years old - Red Crag -  Felixstowe, Suffolk FOSSIL 'MEGALODON' SHARK'S TOOTH -  about 6 million years old - Red Crag -  Felixstowe, Suffolk