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DinoHunter1105

Hey guys I found this 2 days ago, on the same place as the other ones, Pleistocene deposits south of Charleston, I was wondering if I could get this tooth identified. It is for sure carnivore.  (it is hollow on the inside as well) Sorry guys I tried to crop and brighten but it didn't work out.

 

Thanks,

Wyatt

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DinoHunter1105

Sorry, didn't mean to put it in here. Going to fossil id.

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Kane

Topic moved. ;) 

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DinoHunter1105

thanks, I just posted it again, can that one be deleted?

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Kane

Done. :dinothumb:

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fossilus

Gator?

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sixgill pete

Either croc or gator. Brighter more detailed and in focus pictures with the tooth being the center of attention will be very helpful in determining which. Take the pics with the tooth laying on a neutral background, not in your hand. From all angles. 

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mikeymig

Im thinking fossil Dolphin tooth. 

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fossilus

The reason I suggested alligator was the surface and the hollow root which look similar to alligator teeth I've collected in texas.

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Harry Pristis

Gator teeth generally don't have curves like that, but crocodiles may.

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DinoHunter1105

Sorry guys, I wasn't able to get the pictures yesterday, I will try today.

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caldigger
14 hours ago, mikeymig said:

Im thinking fossil Dolphin tooth. 

It wouldn't be hollow.  Dolphin teeth have solid roots.

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mikeymig
3 hours ago, caldigger said:

It wouldn't be hollow.  Dolphin teeth have solid roots.

This is not a complete tooth with root. 

 

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DinoHunter1105

Ill get the pictures tomorrow... will be in Virginia at 11:00 p.m. 

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