I just had to make this petite shark tooth necklace. It reminds me of an elephant! I have 100's of these and need to find ideas on how to use them. They are too pretty to be stashed in a bag! These were found on Florida beaches over the course of 40 years by family members I was not fortunate enough to meet.
Shark tooth cuff links are now listed on my website in two styles: Megalodon or Mako 🦈 Tag a man in your life that needs to rock a pair of these! How killer would these be for a groomsman gift?? Follow the link in my bio for more info✌🏼
(Big thanks to @matthewwinston for being such a great model😘)⠀
Hi all. This is just a quick Nature is Amazing PSA. This tooth is from a real, once very much alive predator animal of this planet. We don't know much about the extinct Otodus shark, but can surmise that it was at least one and a half times the length of modern Great Whites. Scientists are also pretty sure that the Otodus was a direct ancestor to the 50 foot Megalodon. Cartilage doesn't last but teeth do fossilize, and lucky for us sharks shed them by the thousands, which doesn't diminish the relatively amazing fact that the tooth I used to cast this is from a species that disappeared about 5 million years ago. Fossils are amazing! Sharks are amazing! 🦈