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Isurus oxyrynchus, interesting positional tooth

Pat Y ID'd this one as a #3 upper I. oxyrynchus. I just purchased a mako jaw last month, and it matches nicely. I haven't seen many of these.
Age Miocene Epoch
Category Shark Teeth
Formation Pungo Formation
Location Lee Creek Mine, Aurora, North Carolina, USA
Species Isurus desori
Length 2 inches
Width 1 inches

ID3193
Memberhemipristis
Date Added1/23/2009

  

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