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Chilean Great White Shark Tooth (Fossil)

Chilean Great White Shark Tooth (Fossil)

Species: Carcharodon Carcharias
Period: Pliocene Epoch (5.3-1.8 million years ago)

Location: Atacama Desert, Chile, South America

Color: Brown
Rating: 9.5

Sharp Serrations & Tip



Chilean Great White Shark tooth fossils refer to fossilized teeth from the Great White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias) that have been discovered in Chile. These fossils are remnants of ancient shark teeth that have been preserved in the geological record over time.


The Great White Shark is a large predatory shark species found in oceans worldwide, including off the coast of Chile. Fossilized teeth of the Great White Shark are highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts due to their unique characteristics.




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