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Green mill run and summerville sc fossils


stellabear

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Hi all. I have 2 things to ask about. The longer one was found in a creek in summerville SC it is just under 1.5 inches or 3.81cm. It is smooth all around, no ridges the center hole is definitely circular. The second one was found at Green Mill Run in Greenville NC  it is .75 inches or 1.9 cm. I thought is was different the way he tip is a different color then the rest. Also there is a ridge running around the tip that I can feel even where the enamel (?) Is not chipped off. Thank you so much!! I am happy to answer questions :)

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The first is a whale tooth, the second is part of an Ischyrhiza mira (Cretaceous sawfish) rostral tooth.

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I agree with Al Dente I.D.'s

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4 hours ago, Al Dente said:

The first is a whale tooth, the second is part of an Ischyrhiza mira (Cretaceous sawfish) rostral tooth.

 

Thank you! A first of both for us. Yay!

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