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Shark tooth- Gladioserratus

ElToro

Awesome tooth I found today in the Cretaceous Molecap Greensand (83-86mya). Very rare Gladioserratus sp. shark.


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awesome find!
Thanx mate! You wouldn't believe how I found it. I'm digging away at the bottom of the cliff and my boss calls. So I stand up and start fidgeting and picking at the face while talking. And pull this out!

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Aww man! I'm a bit jealous lol. Great job, how old is it? :wub:

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This is the best tooth I have personally seen from the quarry, its a little gem. I'm jealous, as you know.

Cheers Dave

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Aww man! I'm a bit jealous lol. Great job, how old is it? :wub:
83-86myo!

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This is the best tooth I have personally seen from the quarry, its a little gem. I'm jealous, as you know.

Cheers Dave

Thanx for taking us mate! I'm extremely happy with the find! Called my boss today and thanked him for calling me on my day off. Lol!

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wow! thanks :) what else is there?

izak

Actually I made a little mistake when I posted this. I already have an album with my finds but accidentally started a new one. Also I havnt posted my recent other finds tho. I'll get onto it.

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