Megalodon Shark Teeth, Dinosaur Teeth, Trilobites, and other Fossils for Sale
Welcome to Lowcountry Geologic, the top source for fossils for sale on the Internet. We specialize in fossil shark teeth, particularly megalodon shark teeth from the Lowcountry of South Carolina. But, you will find in our site sharks teeth from all over the world from places like North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and California, as well as, Chile, Russia, and other locations. Our massive online inventory of megalodon teeth, angustidens, auriculatus, benedeni, mako, tiger, and great white sharks' teeth is unparalleled in its depth and is updated on a regular basis with new, top-quality specimens. Whether you need a shark tooth to augment a private collection, or for scientific study, or for any other reason, Lowcountry Geologic can supply nearly any species of fossil shark tooth to meet your needs.
Lowcountry Geologic also carries trilobites, dinosaur fossils, plant fossils, agatized coral, land and marine mammal fossils, fossil shells, fossil crabs, ammonites, eurypterids, crinoids, fossil fish, fossil insects, fossils for jewelry, and even many different types of gems and minerals including spheres and stone carvings.
Though our online fossil inventory is extensive, there is no possible way we can display everything from our immense inventory. Please contact us if you cannot find what you need, and chances are that we have the fossil in stock or we can acquire it for you from our worldwide fossil network.
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