October 1, 2014  
Fossil Hunting

Fossil Forum

Fossil Chat

Videos

Fossil Articles

Paleo Cartoons

Contact Us

Fossil Hunting Excursions

Image Galleries

Fossil Links

FAQ
Fossil Shark Teeth Oligocene Giant White Shark
www.lowcountrygeologic.com

Trip Reports
  

  You are here:  View      
 

Giant Angustidens

My new king of the angustidens! Its from the reformulated layer so its got a few chips, but for the most part, this tooth is intact. The tip is sharp, the blade is serrated, the cusps are there, and so is most of the bourlette. When I took this tooth to Lafarge a couple of weeks ago to show some friends, I jokingly referred to it as megastidens ditchweezilensis . The biggest angustidens that I am aware of is at the charleston museum and if I am correct, it is a little over 5 inches long. I keep trying to reach that lofty goal. Even though I haven't reached it yet, I am far from disappointed.
Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA
Species Carcharocles angustidens
Age Oligocene Epoch
Formation Hawthorne Formation
Category Shark Teeth
Length 4 11/16 inches

ID1894
Memberdw
Date Added1/31/2007

  

Links
The Disabled List
The Disabled List
  

Formations
  

Fossils
  

Artifacts
  

Facebook
  

Copyright 2011 by www.blackriverfossils.org Terms Of Use Privacy Statement