How much is a fossilized megalodon tooth worth?

Megalodon shark teeth can be valuable depending on their size. Fossil website FossilEra allows people to buy and sell megalodon teeth, and while some examples can go for a few hundred dollars, others, such as a serrated 6.21-inch tooth, are valued at nearly $3,000.

What is the largest megalodon tooth ever found?

7.48 inches
Worlds Largest Megalodon Teeth The tooth above is the worlds largest verified megalodon tooth. The tooth was measured by Paleontologist Craig Sundell and has a slant height of 7.48 inches. The tooth was found broken and glued back together. It was found in the desert of Ocucaje, Peru.

How many megalodon teeth have been found?

276 teeth
How Many Teeth Do Megalodons Have? Megalodons possessed an estimated 276 teeth, and a jaw that opens 2.7 to 3.4 meters or 9 to 11 feet wide, apparently huge enough to swallow other huge sea creatures and adult-sized humans side by side.

What hunted megalodon?

There are many animals that could beat megalodon. Some say megalodon ate Livyatan but it was an ambush predator and Livyatan might have eaten it too. The modern sperm whale, fin whale, blue whale, Sei whale, Triassic kraken, pliosaurus and colossal squid could all beat the megalodon.

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Are your fossils real? Yes, FossilEra only sells real fossils. We guarantee that all the fossils that we list and sell are original and as described. You can read more about our Authenticity Guarantee and disclosures on restoration here.

Are there any megalodon skeletons?

So far we’ve only found teeth and vertebrae of megalodons. Like other sharks, most of their skeleton is made from cartilage which doesn’t preserve well in the fossil record. There’s still lively debate in the scientific community about the modern species of sharks to which megalodon is most closely related.

Was there anything bigger than megalodon?

The Blue Whale: Bigger Than Megalodon.