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Tiger Shark Teeth   Lee Creek Mine, Aurora, North Carolina, USA - Galeocerdo contortus
These extinct tiger shark teeth are everywhere in the Pungo....
Sympheseal Tiger Shark Teeth   Lee Creek Mine, Aurora, North Carolina, USA - Galeocerdo contortus
These wierd little teeth sit on the midline of jaw. They look different than all the other teeth in the mouth, which are nearly indistinguishable....
Pathologic Tiger Shark Tooth   Lee Creek Mine, Aurora, North Carolina, USA - Galeocerdo contortus
This tooth was broken while it was growing in the shark's mouth and then it kept growing after the injury. The result is multiple new tips extending from the rounded side of the tooth. One primary "tip" is most visible from the flat side of the tooth, while the others are only visible from the front....
Pathologic Tiger Shark Tooth   Lee Creek Mine, Aurora, North Carolina, USA - Galeocerdo contortus
This isn't a wildly pathologic tooth, but it does have an abnormally large serration next to the primary cone. The large serration is even serrated itself. Cool tooth....
  

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