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Megalodon Bite Bone

- Fossils whale bone with bite marks from a Megalodon Shark attack!

Age: 20 / 36 Million Years Old

Miocene - Pliocene Epoch

Specimen: Fossil whale bone with bite marks

Discovered: South Carolina


The Megalodon, an extinct species of shark that prowled the oceans millions of years ago, was one of the most formidable predators in Earth's history. A remarkable testament to its predatory prowess lies in the discovery of a fossilized whale bone bearing unmistakable bite marks from a Megalodon attack. This extraordinary specimen, estimated to be between 20 to 36 million years old, hails from the Miocene to Pliocene Epoch, a time when these colossal sharks ruled the seas.


The fossil was unearthed in South Carolina, unveiling a captivating glimpse into the ancient marine ecosystem where Megalodons were the apex predators. The bite marks on the whale bone provide valuable insights into the size and power of these prehistoric sharks. Studying such fossils not only enhances our understanding of Megalodon behavior and feeding habits but also contributes to reconstructing the dynamics of the marine environment during that distant era.


The Megalodon's immense size, often reaching lengths of up to 60 feet or more, allowed it to target large marine mammals, including whales. The discovery of a fossilized whale bone with clear evidence of a Megalodon attack underscores the dramatic interactions that unfolded beneath the waves millions of years ago. This remarkable find serves as a tangible link to a time when the oceans teemed with colossal creatures, and the Megalodon held sway as a fearsome and awe-inspiring force in the ancient seas.


Ancient Megalodon Bite Bone (Whale Bone with Bite Marks)

SKU: Meg Bite Bone (MBB25A)

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