Realistic chocolate dinosaur fossil teeth: choco-megaladon/T-Rex

Sarah Hardy's megaladon (£28) and T.Rex (£28) teeth are full size, convincing, and made from gorgeous, single-origin chocolates.

The megaladon is 14cm long and made from 72% dark chocolate Satongo; the T.Rex is made from Ecuadoran Nacional milk chocolate.

Hardy has previously made some beautiful and grotesque anatomical and horror chocolates.

(via Neatorama)

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  1. pjcamp says:

    Megaladon was a shark, not a dinosaur. And 28 pounds??? Isn't that a lot in real money?

  2. Haven't you advertised this before?

  3. I never knew T-Rex had a sweet tooth.

  4. Yeah, 28 British pounds sterling is $42.72, so, gosh, real money. And the blurb on this neglects to indicate size or weight, so how much "single origin" chocolate does one get? If of the same scale of an actual Megalodon tooth, that's not a whole lot of choco goodness for the price.

    Oh, I know, why bother with such trivial questions. They are chocolate teeth! From an extinct shark! It's hipster chic for the Silicon Valley class! That's all that matters, isn't it?

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