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Carcharoides catticus - Reef Shark Tooth

I am always happy to find these little gems. They are so rare - I only find a few per year, and the yellow ditch is the only place I ever found more than one. This tooth is as perfect as they come and is so sharp! I bet it could poke right through a steak with no problem all the way to the root without breaking.

Now I want to eat some meat.

Age Oligocene Epoch
Category Shark Teeth
Formation Chandler Bridge Formation
Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA
Species Carcharoides catticus
Length 5/8 inches

ID2444
Memberdw
Date Added11/1/2007

  

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