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Cow Shark Tooth

Cow Shark Teeth are super rare in South Carolina, and this one is so beautifully preserved that it must have fallen directly to the ocean floor and been covered up immediately. The only other place I've seen cow shark teeth this nice is Aurora. The root is shiny because I applied preservative to prevent the razor thin root from degrading.
Age Pliocene Epoch
Category Shark Teeth
Formation Duplin Formation
Location Colleton County, South Carolina, USA
Species Notorynchus primigenius
Length 3/4 inches
Width 7/8 inches

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Date Added12/28/2010

  

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