Fossil Great White shark teeth from U.S.A. are highly uncommon in the Miocene / Pliocene layers. It seems that during the reign of 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 set of FIVE fossil GREAT WHITE SHARK teeth. The roots are worn but the crown features well-preserved serrations, tip and naturally lustrous enamel. Great White shark teeth are famous for their dramatic serrations and all of these teeth show excellent serrations and sharp tips. These fossil Great White Shark teeth are perfect for jewelry, teachers, gifts or to start a new collector off into the fascinating world of paleontology.