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Fossilized Megalodon Shark Teeth

The largest shark to exist in prehistoric times was the Megalodon, meaning “big tooth” which grew to over 18 meters in length.

The common Otodus obliquus teeth are commonly from a mosasaur called Prognathodon. The mosasaur shark teeth come from the Atlas Mountain in Morocco.

These fossils have natural indentations, discolorations, and some may have surface wear or light chips, because they are dug from sand or the ground, after being buried for thousands, or millions, of years.