Mankind is fascinated with sharks, especially man eaters like the Great White Shark. Known by scientists as Carcharodon carcharias, the Great White Shark has been swimming in Earth's oceans since the end of the era of its gigantic, extinct cousin Megalodon. Though the great white shark's teeth are smaller than megalodon teeth, they are no less deadly. Sharply serrated like a steak knife, Great White Shark Teeth can slice through flesh and bone like butter.
Lowcountry Geologic stocks a wide selection of Fossil Great White Shark Teeth from many different locations. Browse our inventory of Fossil Great White Shark Teeth below. Click the page numbers to see additional Great white shark teeth.