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Serrated Reef Shark Tooth   Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA - Carcharoides totuserratus
A super-rare serrated reef shark tooth. the serrations are tiny - very tough to see without magnification. one way to see them, however, it to look for the light reflecting off the edge of the blade. Sunlight works best. But if you do it just right, you can see each miniscule serration....
5/8" Reef Shark Tooth   Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA - Carcharoides totuserratus
This was the best tooth of the trip. Even though its small, it’s a great find. They are very fragile and scarce to boot. So finding one in this pristine condition is a real treat. Consider this: at this location, I have found 2 6 inch megs, but only one of these. Kinda puts things in perspective, huh? Ok - maybe it’s a stretch to equate one of these teeth with a 6 inch meg, but you get my point. Its an occasion to find one of these....
  

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