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7/8'" Palaeohypotodus rutoti

One of the rarer species of Sand Tiger found in the Aquia Formation, this is the best specimen of this species that I have so far.  The Potomac river is extremely rough on teeth, and most teeth are worn to the point of making ID difficult if not impossible. 

Age Paleocene Epoch
Category Shark Teeth
Location Potomac River, Maryland, USA
Species Palaeohypotodus rutoti
Length 7/8 inches
Width 9/16 inches

ID2999
MemberTom
Date Added8/24/2008

Lingual view
Labial view - check the basal margin of the enamel
  

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