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harwoodedes

Hey everyone! I found these today on James Island and am having trouble figuring out what they are. I assume they are sharks teeth of some sort, I found them near where I also found almost 100 other teeth! It was a good day. Thanks for any help

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Rustdee

Those teeth belong to Hemipristis serra the snaggletooth shark. Great finds! Welcome to the forum!

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Vieira

Hello

Rustdee is right.

Teeth of Hemipristis Serra. A extinct shark.

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sixgill pete

Yes, as Rusty said, H. serra. Well worn but still identifiable.

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Salty

Welcome to the wonderful world of tooth/ fossil hunting! Warning, it is very addictive and if you have family with you when you go they may be a widow or widower for the day unless they join you....kind of like football season! Yes they are snaggletooth...and I bet you find more!

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Vieira

Welcome to the wonderful world of tooth/ fossil hunting! Warning, it is very addictive and if you have family with you when you go they may be a widow or widower for the day unless they join you....kind of like football season! Yes they are snaggletooth...and I bet you find more!

Completely agree!! I suffer this evil.....

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