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4" Restored Lee Creek Meg

I decided to post a restored shark tooth for a few reasons. First, the blade on this Meg is great. Second, the classic Lee Creek coloration makes for an aesthetic tooth. With only some root damage, I thought this one was a good candidate for restoration.

This tooth was resotred by Doug Chaussee. I think the root work is fantastic and I have this Meg displayed in plain view on the fossil mantle. Thanks again for the great work Doug!!!

Age Miocene Epoch
Category Shark Teeth
Formation Yorktown Formation
Location Lee Creek Mine, Aurora, North Carolina, USA
Species Carcharocles megalodon
Length 4 inches

Memberda fossz
Date Added9/9/2007

The final product!! Resored labial side.
Labial side, pre-restoration.
Restored lingual side.
As-found lingual side.

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