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Fossil Shark Teeth Mako Shark, ancestor of modern Great White Shark
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Broken Makos (and Otodus)

These 4 broken rooted makos are a common find in Green Mill Run. They are however, pretty large for makos. They are probably a mix of hastalis, escheri, desori, and retroflexis. Note the 4th tooth is a worn otodus. Green Mill Run= Cretaceous-Pliocene
Age Eocene Epoch
Category Shark Teeth
Formation Unknown
Location Green Mill Run, North Carolina, USA
Species Isurus hastalis
Length 1 inches
Width 1/2 inches
Thickness 1/4 inches

ID4062
Memberninjaplease
Date Added12/10/2011

1,2, and 3 Upper Makos 4 Otodus 5 Lower Mako
  

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