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Almost 4" auriculatus

I found this one comming back up the hill and it was in a little pocket that made it impossible to see on the way down.  If it wasn't for the tip it would make it over 4" with out a doubt.

update: 12/09 find out today from one of the aurora guides that this tooth is actually a late Eocene Auriculatus.

Category Shark Teeth
Formation N/A
Location Craven County, North Carolina, USA
Species Carcharocles auriculatus
Length 3 31/32 inches
Width 2 13/16 inches
Age Eocene Epoch

ID2436
Memberbrsr0131
Date Added10/23/2007

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