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Ancient Fossilized Teeth of Earth's Largest Ocean Predator.

dgball at bellsouth.net dgball at bellsouth.net
Fri Dec 1 09:46:04 EST 2000

Carcharadon Megalodon inhabited our ancient prehistoric oceans and
reached lengths of up to 100 feet. Similar to the Great White Shark, only
about 3 or 4 times larger with teeth that reach over 6 inches in length.

Megalodon fed on whales and other large marine animals, and was the
oceans king of predators, suitably the only remains of this massive shark
are its awesome teeth which made its presence go down in history.

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way as our site progresses, come and browse our selection and see the
beauty of the size and power this ancient ocean predator.


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