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Goblin Shark Tooth

A nice Cretaceous goblin shark tooth from GMR. This is an upper tooth. The lower specimens are long and thin like Carcharias taurus sand tiger teeth, except that they have lines in the enamel called striations that run vertically on the curved side of the tooth like a striatolamnia tooth.
Location Green Mill Run, North Carolina, USA
Species Scapanorhynchus texanus
Age Cretaceous Era
Category Shark Teeth
Length 1 3/16 inches

ID1906
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Date Added3/12/2007

  

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