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MEGALODON TOOTH Display Stand for Shark Tooth -TOOTH NOT INCLUDED #10249 16o

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 Up for bid is a really nice wood base display stand and display label for a MEGALODON TOOTH.      We designed this unique product because the other megalodon tooth display stands that are out there, where the tooth is displayed standing up, can be unstable and the tooth can fall over and become damaged.  We had that happen to a nice megalodon tooth of ours.  So we designed this display stand upon which the megalodon tooth is placed to lay flat.   If you own a megalodon tooth fossil, a display like this would really enhance your fossil!   We have included with the photos some examples of how megalodon teeth look on the display stand and how both large and small teeth can be displayed.    

 

THE MEGALODON TEETH PICTURED ARE NOT INCLUDED WITH YOUR PURCHASE.  

 

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Megalodon

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Megalodon
Temporal range: Late Oligocene-Early Pleistocene, 28–1.5Ma
Model of the jaws of megalodon at the American Museum of Natural History.
Scientific classification
Kingdom:Animalia
Phylum:Chordata
Subphylum:Vertebrata
Class:Chondrichthyes
Subclass:Elasmobranchii
Order:Lamniformes
Family:Disputed; Lamnidae or †Otodontidae
Genus:Disputed; Carcharodon or †Carcharocles
Species:†C. megalodon
Binomial name
Disputed; Carcharodon megalodon or Carcharocles megalodon
For Carcharodon megalodon, Agassiz, 1843
Synonyms
  • Procarcharodon megalodon Casier, 1960
  • Megaselachus megalodon Glikman, 1964

Megalodon (/ˈmɛɡəlÉ™dÉ’n/ MEG-É™-lÉ™-don; meaning "big tooth", from Ancient Greek: μέγας (megas) â€œbig, mightyâ€� + ὀδόν (odon) (from ὀδοÏ�Ï‚ (odous) "tooth"),[1] is an extinct species of shark that lived approximately 28 to 1.5 million years ago, during the Cenozoic Era (late Oligocene to early Pleistocene).

The taxonomic assignment of C. megalodon has been debated for nearly a century, and is still under dispute. The two major interpretations are Carcharodon megalodon (under family Lamnidae) or Carcharocles megalodon (under family Otodontidae).[2] Consequently, the scientific name of this species is commonly abbreviated C. megalodon in the literature.

C. megalodon is regarded as one of the largest and most powerful predators in vertebrate history,[3] and likely had a profound impact on the structure of marine communities.[4] Fossil remains suggest that this giant shark reached a maximum length of 14–18 metres (46–59 ft),[3] and also affirm that it had a cosmopolitan distribution.[2] Scientists suggest that C. megalodon looked like a stockier version of the great white shark, Carcharodon carcharias.

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