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Before and After Cleaning.

I used to think using more than water and a toothbrush would spoil a fossil tooth. I was the one spoiled, by teeth that were wonderfully preserved and without mineral deposits. Now I know better and don't feel bad at all about freeing a tooth from mineral encrustations.

Age Miocene Epoch
Category Shark Teeth
Formation N/A
Location North Carolina, USA
Species Isurus hastalis

ID2030
MemberBigRedMeg
Date Added4/17/2007

Not much to look at. Would you put these on display?
Now that's more like it. Check out the colors.
  

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