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Flint stone tooth fossil?


sebbe_07

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Hi, I found this flint stone close to the ocean south of Gothenburg,Sweden and it really looks like a tooth. The measurement on the pics are in cm. 3,5cm (1,38 inches) x 4cm (1,57 inches) 

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I don't see any enamel. Just a pointy bit of chert, I'm afraid. 

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No enamel, so no tooth. 

Sorry, but this is just a suggestively shaped rock. 

I can definitely see why someone might assume it was a tooth, but the morphology is wrong.

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Nope. 

I can see enough of the wider end to be fairly convinced it's chert. 

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