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1/2" Cow Shark Tooth

This was among the last teeth I found today, and its one of the rarest teeth in my collection. Its an upper anterior cow shark tooth - the one right next to the parasymphesial. It wasn't on top of the pile, either. I found it raking, and I nearly missed it. Glad I didn't! Its a total drooler for a tooth dork like me!
Location Lee Creek Mine, Aurora, North Carolina, USA
Species Notorynchus primigenius
Age Miocene Epoch
Formation Pungo Formation
Category Shark Teeth
Length 1/2 inches

ID1205
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Date Added3/1/2003

  

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