Twenty-five million-year-old mega-shark teeth were discovered on a beach near Melbourne, Australia.
The pair of fossilized teeth are from a prehistoric great jagged narrow-toothed shark almost twice the length of today's great white.
Fossil enthusiast and school teacher Philip Mullaly discovered the rare pair, which are the first of their kind found in Australia and one of only three discoveries in the world.
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