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big squad molar from calvert cliffs   Calvert County, Maryland, USA - Squalodon calvertensis
Sitting high on a high tide. My brother walked right over it. This is the only one Ive ever found....
Squalodon Tooth.   Maryland, USA - Squalodon calvertensis

This came from an excavation for a new subway terminal just inside the Washington, D.C. border.

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Squalodon Tooth.   North Carolina, USA - Squalodon calvertensis

This tooth is from the Pungo formation and was found at Lee Creek. Too bad it has no roots, but the part that's there is nice.

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Squalodon Tooth.   Maryland, USA - Squalodon calvertensis

This tooth is from a land site in Prince George County, Maryland. It is from the lower Calvert formation. this section of the Calvert formation is a little older than most of the Calvert along the Chesapeake Bay. There was a lower Eocene deposit directly under the Calvert here which made it a surprise when I pulled a Cretaceous Squalicorax tooth out of the same layer as the Squalodon tooth.

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Squalodon Tooth.   Maryland, USA - Squalodon calvertensis

This tooth is from the northern part of Calvert Cliffs near Chesapeake Beach.

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Fossil Squalodon Tooth   Calvert County, Maryland, USA - Squalodon calvertensis
Fossil Squalodon Tooth
Fossil Squalodon Tooth   Calvert County, Maryland, USA - Squalodon calvertensis
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