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Sweet Pathological Crow Shark Tooth

I found this wicked Squalicorax tooth at Big Brook. It is from an odd tooth position and has a twisted blade and possible misplaced serrations.
Age Cretaceous Era
Category Shark Teeth
Formation Mt. Laurel Formation
Location Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA
Species Squalicorax kaupi
Length 3/4 inches
Width 3/8 inches
Thickness 1/4 inches

ID4109
Memberninjaplease
Date Added3/31/2012

  

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Super cool! - 4/1/2012
Reviewer : host from
Total Rating : 10
First time I ever saw a patho squalicorax! Content Quality : 10 of 10

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