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Pathologic Crow Shark Tooth

We don't find Squalicoraz where I hunt normally, so I always look forward to the chance of finding one when I hunt Greensmill Run. I pulled this little beauty from a sweet gravel layer, and even though I could tell it was complete, I didn't know until later when I cleaned it that it was pathologic. There are ridges growing all across the base of the enamel of the tooth. The largest grouping looks like a saw blade erupting out of the tooth. A very cool find!
Location Green Mill Run, North Carolina, USA
Species Squalicorax Pristodontus
Age Cretaceous Era
Category Shark Teeth
Length 1 inches

ID1905
Memberdw
Date Added3/12/2007

  

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