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brad hinkelman

If someone can verify what I have here,thanks

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Spoons

Tooth? Maybe @Troodon can help?

-Nick

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Troodon

Agree might be a Chimaera jaw

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PaleoNoel

I agree with  Chimaera, the ones from NJ are usually referred to as Ischyodus I believe.

Chimaera form their own branch of the cartilaginous fish family tree, but are related to sharks. They live in the deep ocean for the most part.

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brad hinkelman

thanks guys!!

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The Jersey Devil

nice chunk. it is also a palatine.

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brad hinkelman
9 hours ago, The Jersey Devil said:

nice chunk. it is also a palatine.

thanks

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