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Shark Teeth What Type? Sulphur River.

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CrazyDiamond    1
CrazyDiamond

 Hey everybody I got lucky yesterday searching the Sulphur River in Ladonia, these two teeth are shaped different than the first one I found - wondering if they are the same type of shark.

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Darktooth    405
Darktooth

Nice finds! Congratulations! 

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Fossildude19    3,635
Fossildude19

Seems you're  getting the hang of this. :) 

Congratulations on the neat finds.

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JarrodB    119
JarrodB

You are now hooked. Lol

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ynot    2,051
ynot

Nice finds!

It only gets better from here out.

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CrazyDiamond    1
CrazyDiamond
On 7/17/2017 at 7:46 AM, Al Dente said:

The first tooth is Squalicorax probably S. kaupi, the second Scapanorhynchus texanus.

I can't keep up with these posts as to what I have responded to and what I haven't.  I had to Google these dudes again. Hard to believe those teeth belong to sharks like that - straight up JAWS if you ask me. :) So cool! 

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