Found this beauty in the back yard today. It's not one of the larger prehistoric great white teeth we have found, but it's one of a few that aren't chipped or damaged. It still has cerrations on the edges. It is believed my neighborhood was under the ocean at one time and we find all kinds of fossils (shark teeth, sting ray verterbra, a large piece of whale back bone and other stuff. My neighbor has found several megladon teeth in the area as well, but the largest one we've found so far is around 3 inches tall. The other theory is that when they built the homes here, dirt was brought in from a nearby quarry. I belive the first theory because of the soil that's deeper under the ground and the fact that we can find smaller fossilized shark teeth in the creeks nearby just about every time we go. Our collection now has over 30 pieces not including the very tiny teeth.