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2 5/8" Fossil Carcharocles auriculatus shark tooth

Its a little worn, but these are so tough to come by in any decent state of preservation that I feel extremely fortunate to have found this tooth. Especially considering the awful collecting area. These have got to be my favorite teeth. The roots fascinate me - they only seem to look like this from the various quarries. There are some NC river rics around, but to me they look more like angustidens.
Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA
Species Carcharocles auriculatus
Age Eocene Epoch
Formation Green Cap Formation
Category Shark Teeth
Length 2 5/16 inches

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Date Added10/17/2004

  

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