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Hi There, I've been holding onto this for a year or so waiting to get it ID'd .. always suspected it was a tapir tooth partial but that was before I stumbled upon a few Dire Wolf carnassials with similar breaks. Is this possibly half of a Dire Wolf Carnassial tooth ? @Harry Pristis This was found in dredge material in Port Royal, SC. Pliocene to Pleistocene or so ... Thanks, Brett
Hello Everyone, Thought I'd share some finds from Port Royal, SC. I've had some free time lately, owing to a large storm with my first name on it .... so I decided to spend two days this week poking around to see what I can find. Here are the best of those trips. A few Hemi shark teeth and my first two (found on the same day) cow shark teeth ! Those were a surprise. A few fish teeth. Mako, g. cuvier, p. contortus There were a few finds I have questions about .. The tooth with the enamel and root, could that be another Tapir Tooth ? Tapirus Venensis ? The larger root looks like a toothed whale of some sort. These deposits are always river deposits with a mish-mash from Miocene to Pleistocene etc ... Cheers, Brett