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Jason Statham vs. A Megalodon

Jason Statham, the star of such action spectaculars as “The Transporter,” “The Expendables,” and “Death Race,” has been selected to play the leading role in the mother of all shark movies, “Meg”. Statham will play Jonas Taylor, a veteran of the Navy who holds a Ph.D. in paleontology. Taylor embarks on a quest to prove the existence in modern times of a Carcharodon Megalodon, thought to have been extinct for almost...

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Wash Yourself With A Megalodon – Megalodon Tooth Soap

It looks like a fossil shark tooth, but it's really soap. This Megalodon shark tooth soap is cast from a real shark tooth.

In a parallel universe next to ours in a time millions of years before, the oceans were overrun and polluted by infectious germs the size of our present day dolphins. Life was crippled during their rule, until the arrival of their only predator: the Soapodon. This massive creature was nearly identical to our Megalodon, a prehistoric shark known for its massive teeth, but its razor-sharp mouth was forged from a...

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Enter to Win a Real 5 Inch, NC Megalodon Tooth

5 Inch North Carolina Megalodon Tooth Giveway More about this tooth: This authentic fossil tooth was collected by a commercial diver off the North Carolina coast after it eroded out of the Hawthorn Formation.  At 5.01″ long it would have come from an adult, prehistoric, mega-shark, probably in the 40-45 foot size range.  The tooth was supplied by our partner FossilEra.com  Check them out for many real, fossil Megalodon teeth...

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Megalodon Myth: Recent Megalodon Teeth Have Been Found in New Caledonia

In our latest post in a series covering Megalodon myths and false “facts” we will cover the claim that recent Megalodon teeth have been recovered in New Caledonia.  The claim of Megalodon teeth dating between 11,000 and 24,000 years old being dredged up around this island is frequent fodder for conspiracy theory websites and has been repeatedly mentioned in the comments on our Facebook page.  It even got air play from...

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Fossil Megalodon Teeth Washing Up On NC Beaches After Storms

A fossil Megalodon tooth that recently wash up on a North Carolina beach.

WECT.com (Channel 6 News, NC) is reporting that several beach-goers are reporting finding abundant fossil shark teeth, including Megalodon teeth after recent coastal storms and higher than normal tides.  These teeth started being found at the beginning of October from Surf City to North Topsail beach. While the teeth of several different types of prehistoric sharks are being found, the biggest prizes are the large, fossil Megalodon teeth.  These teeth...

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Megalodon Tooth Compared To Great White Tooth

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6 5/8″ fossil Megalodon tooth, a 3 1/8″ fossil Great White and a 1 1/2 inch modern day Great White. Photo Credit: Brandon Zulli of FossilDriven.com

The largest Megalodon teeth could reach sizes in excess of 7 inches.  Compare this to the largest modern day Great White Shark teeth which are under 3 inches.  Check out the photo below comparing a large fossil Megalodon tooth, a fossil Great White Shark tooth (they grew bigger during the Miocene) and a modern day Great White tooth.  Pretty impressive… Most recent analysis puts the Megalodon’s maximum size at around...

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New, Rewritten Version of MEG Being Released Nov, 10th

Steve Alten has announced on his Facebook page that an all-new anniversary edition of MEG is being released on Nov. 10th.  At nearly 600, pages this paperback combines a completely rewritten and expanded version of MEG with MEG: ORIGINS.  This release was originally slated for next summer but has been moved up for undisclosed reasons. Steve is appealing to fans to call their local bookstores, and notify them of the release...

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What is the largest Megalodon tooth ever found?

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Largest verifiable Megalodon tooth at 7.48" long. Photo credit Craig Sundell

Fossil Megalodon teeth are relatively common in some areas of the world, such as the coastal regions of the SE United State. Most adult Megalodon teeth fall into the 4-5 inch size range. As teeth approach 6 inches they become rare, representing far less than 1% of teeth. These 6 inch teeth obviously represented extremely large individual sharks. Very few Megalodon teeth have ever been found exceeding 7 inches. Many...

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Photos: Some Sweet Fossil Megalodon Teeth

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    5.65" Megalodon tooth from Georgia
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    5 Inch Georgia Megalodon Tooth
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    Colorful 5.78" South Carolina Megalodon Tooth
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    4+ Inch Venice Florida Megalodon Tooth
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    5.21" Megalodon tooth from May River, Georgia
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    Huge 6.21" Megalodon Tooth
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    Rare 4.83" Bakersfield, CA Megalodon Tooth
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    Highly serrated white Megalodon tooth from Bone Valley, Florida
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    Colorful Bone Valley, Florida Megalodon Tooth
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    3.66" Megalodon tooth from Venice, Florida
  • Nearly flawless juvenile Megalodon from Calvert Cliffs, Maryland
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    5.95" Summerville, South Carolina Megalodon Tooth

Fossil Megalodon teeth in general are not rare in some locations, but extremely well preserved and large examples are rare and can be quite valuable.  Below is some nice Megalodon tooth porn.  You can see how unique some of the colorations are thanks to different minerals leaching into them during or after the fossilization process, as well as natural things that happened after fossilization. Photos courtesy of FossilEra.com which has a...

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