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Megalodon Teefs Have Started Washing Up on the Shores of North Carolina

In what is sure to be amazing news for the Discovery channel, megalodon teeth have begun washing up on North Carolina shores. The teeth are about six inches long (holy crap), and are apparently 2.6 to 15 million years old (!!!). The prehistoric teefs have been selling on eBay for upwards of about $40, so if you live in North Carolina and want to make a quick buck, go ahead and hit the beach for a day or so.

Quick, someone cue the Jurassic Park music. You know the one.

So majestic.

(via Uproxx)

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