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Aurora North Carolina Shark Tooth ID (and a few other things)


JamieLynn

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JamieLynn

This is from the Aurora North Carolina matrix. I have tried to ID this little tooth (4 mm) and have been unable to find a match. It seems different than any of the others I've come across. Any help will be appreciated! Plus here's a few other things that I'd love an ID if possible! Thanks y'all! 

 

1.

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2. Also found this tooth (assuming it is probably a fish tooth?) 4mm also

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3.and then this thing - also thinking it's something "fishy" ? 6 mm

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Al Dente

The first tooth is Carcharhinus. It’s not complete enough for me to identify further. I think the second tooth is a piece of shark tooth with the root missing.

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