A large-scale dental procedure is underway at Calvert Marine Museum to make this megalodon jaw more historically accurate. Image: Cheryl Costello

VIDEO: Megalodon Jaws Rebuilt at Marine Museum

The Calvert Marine Museum has lots of fascinating exhibits, but if there is one thing they’re known for, it’s the giant, prehistoric shark jaw they have on display.

Well, that jaw has been dismantled and the megalodon it belongs to is getting a new set of chompers. With a series of new discoveries made (many by CMM’s own paleontologists) about shark teeth, the jaw is begin upgraded with much more historically accurate reproductions.

Cheryl Costello got to see this unusual project close up—and so can you. Watch below: