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1 1/2" carcharocles auriculatis shark tooth

This is a little gem, here. The root is unreal, its so awesome. It totally looks like rubber or something like that its so smooth! And thick, too. Notice the rounded root lobes. Also, look at the cusps and the way they point away from the bottom of the tooth. This is how I distinguish between the two species. This one has it all right up to the tip, which has been rounded down through use by the shark.
Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA
Species Carcharocles auriculatus
Age Eocene Epoch
Formation Green Cap Formation
Category Shark Teeth
Length 1 1/2 inches

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Date Added10/19/2002

  

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