Fossil Thresher Shark Teeth

Alopias palatasi commonly referred to as the Serrated Giant Thresher Shark, is an extinct species that lived approximately 20.44 to 13.7 million years ago during the Miocene epoch, and is known for its uniquely serrated teeth. It is only known from such isolated teeth, which are large and can measure up to an excess of 2 inches, equating to a size rivaling the great white shark, but are rare and found in deposits on the East Coast of the United States.

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