Rare set of mega shark teeth unearthed
Wednesday, 8 August 2018 (
1 week ago)
An amateur fossil hunter and palaeontologists have unearthed a rare set of teeth belonging to a mega-toothed shark that lived about 25 million years ago.
JAN JUC, AUSTRALIA — It's not quite the megalodon, but a jawful of sharp, serrated teeth provides rare evidence of a similarly ferocious mega-shark that once stalked the ancient waters down under.
According to a press release from Museums Victoria, amateur fossil enthusiast Philip Mullaly... ▶ Prehistoric mega-shark teeth unearthed on Australian coast 01:06
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