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Otodus from Trade   Undisclosed, Undisclosed - Otodus obliquus
I got this nifty and pristine Otodus sp. from a flee market. Again, I dont remember where it was from, but due to its perservation and color, I suspect somewhere in northern Africa or the Middle East....
nice quality Otodus from the Potomac   Potomac River, Maryland, USA - Otodus obliquus
This is the best quality Otodus that I have found....
Nice Otodus   Potomac River, Maryland, USA - Otodus obliquus
This is the best quality otodus that i have found on the Potomac....
Large Otodus from from the Potomac   Potomac River, Maryland, USA - Otodus obliquus
This is the largest Otodus that I have found.  Not perfect but im not gonna complain....
2 1/16" Potomac Trasitional Otodus   Potomac River, Virginia, USA - Otodus obliquus

This is the best tooth that we have from this spot.  My wife found it just a few weeks ago when we had some rain. 

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Potomac Otodus   Potomac River, Maryland, USA - Otodus obliquus

Far from perfect condition, but massive at 2 & 7/8ths inches

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2" Otodus from NJ   Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA - Otodus obliquus
These teeth didn't come easy but that only makes them sweeter. They come from the Farmingdale Member of the Manasquan Formation. ...
Otodus   Maryland, USA - Otodus obliquus

This tooth was found at a construction site near the Washington Redskins stadium.

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North Carolina Eocene Otodus   North Carolina, USA - Otodus obliquus

This is a very unusual tooth. It's the first Otodus I have found in N. Carolina, and it's pretty big too. Not a perfect tooth but still impressive.

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Virginia Eocene Otodus   Muddy Creek, Virginia, USA - Otodus obliquus

This is a tooth from the Eocene Muddy Creek site near Fredericksburg, VA. Unlike the Otodus teeth from Liverpool point, the Muddy Creek specimens are pretty rare to find. I saw many more Echinorhynus, Isistius, and Hexanchus found than Otodus. This is the only complete Otodus I recovered from the site. It's not huge, but a decent size at 1 3/4 inches. It's from Bed B of the Potapaco member of the Nanjemoy formation. Notice the cusps have tiny second...

1 1/4" Otodus Shark Tooth   South Carolina, South Carolina, USA - Otodus obliquus
This is one of the nicer Otodus teeth I've found and an extremely rare find from the Low Country....
3 1/2" Otodus Obliquus Shark Tooth   Otodus obliquus
First let me say that I did not find this tooth, but I feel as though I did. I have looked for years for a large, flawless specimen, and I finally found one the other day on the internet. I am mainly a collector of Megalodon and Angustidens because that is mostly what I find, but my collection would not even begin to approach completion until I had at least one of the originator of the line of sharks that led to the ones I find most often....
  

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