Do You Have What It Takes to Tackle a 40-foot Shark?
Tame a prehistoric predator with this necklace!
At its largest, it was 40 feet long. Its biggest teeth were 4 inches long. While running into a great white shark might be the last thing you want to do, 66 million years ago, it was the otodus obliquus that would have haunted your dreams. This extinct species of shark was roughly twice the size of our modern great white, and the first cousin of the megalodon. Roaming the world's oceans in search of prey from the Paleocene to the Miocene epochs, the otodus derived its name from the ancient Greek for "ear-shaped tooth" because of its distinctive shape.
Now you can own a piece of this prehistoric bad boy through our Golden Fossil Necklace. Through this rare offer, you can own an actual otodus shark's tooth and wear it around your neck anytime you please. Presented on a pendant and chain with a yellow gold finish, this shark's tooth will last a few lifetimes; after all, it's already millions of years old!
It's also the perfect gift for a young one who's obsessed with dinosaurs. For their next birthday, get them the present that will make them the envy of all their friends!
As shark's teeth aren't manufactured, each tooth will display natural variations in color, shape and size.
Do you think you have what it takes to tame a 40-foot shark? Find out with the Golden Fossil Necklace, a striking jewelry piece that's always in fashion, no matter what era you find yourself in.
- Yellow gold-finished brass setting
- Natural freeform Fossil Shark tooth
- Overall drop approx. 1 1/2"- 1 3/4" L
- 1" W, 10mm T
- 20"+2" gold-finished chain included
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