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7/8" Sympheseal Snaggletooth shark tooth

This strange looking tooth is a lower sympheseal hemi. It’s the only position in the mouth that looks like that. It looks very similar to the same position in the Goblin Shark, but since I don't hunt cretaceous deposits, it has to be hemipristis.
Location Colleton County, South Carolina, USA
Species Hemipristis serra
Age Oligocene Epoch
Formation Hawthorne Formation
Category Shark Teeth
Length 7/8 inches

ID1069
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Date Added9/23/2002

  

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