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Archaeocete Molar

This is one of the molars from Jedi Master's mega oligocene toothed whale. I've found a few of these in the Edisto, and even though it looks like an eocene archeocete, I've been calling these archeomysticetes since so little is known about the oligocene variety. He says he thinks its still archeocete in the oligocene, though it is very likely the end of an evolutionary line.
Age Oligocene Epoch
Category Marine Mammal
Formation Ashley Marl
Location Charleston County, South Carolina, USA
Species Unidentified - Whale

ID3742
Memberdw
Date Added7/6/2010

  

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Comments
Just saw this one... - 1/13/2012
Reviewer : hemipristis from
Total Rating : 9.333
Don't think I'll ever find one myself, so I'm going to have to come down there and take it from you! Seriously though, SWEEEEET! Content Quality : 10 of 10

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Beyond 10!

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