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No. This is definitely a piece of rock.

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Nope. Shark teeth have shiny enamel. This piece is only vaguely triangular which is what's leading you to the thought of a shark tooth. I can see bioeroded worm borings on this and it could very well be a very worn and tumbled piece of bivalve shell. Would be consistent with the shape, thickness, and the borings.


Welcome to the forum. Florida has lots of fossils. Do some searching here and you'll find lots of places to find fossil shark teeth and many other types of fossils.






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