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Shiny Black Auriculatus Shark Tooth

I hear ricks from this location are very rare and this one is almost three inches! I dug this tooth straight out of the layer. This tooth has a really cool natural black shine to it with a mix of beautiful white colored marbling on the center display side of the tooth. The best ric I have found to date!

Age Eocene Epoch
Category Shark Teeth
Formation Unknown
Location Craven County, North Carolina, USA
Species Carcharocles auriculatus
Length 2 15/16 inches

ID2662
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Date Added3/13/2008

  

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