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Another Post Oak Creek Find - nubs of something

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I found these and Post Oak Creek in Sherman I think their teeth of some sort - or maybe pieces of teeth - there are like little nubs. Thank you.

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JarrodB

Ptychodus (Shell crushing shark) teeth on the top two. The bottom one is broken regular shark tooth. Nice finds. 

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CrazyDiamond
1 hour ago, JarrodB said:

Ptychodus (Shell crushing shark) teeth on the top two. The bottom one is broken regular shark tooth. Nice finds. 

Awesome so the top two are supposed to look like nubs.  Man, I found a ton of teeth today at Post Oak Creek.  I don't understand how this gallery thing works, I posted them but I don't know if they are viewable.  I thought you could like have your own photo album so to speak.  I hit the Suplur river yesterday but didn't have much luck.  And it was just way too hot for the Sulphur, I actually found shade at Post Oak Creek - next time I need to bring a lawn chair and sit, I stayed in the same spot the whole time and found all of the teeth in the pic below.

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fifbrindacier

Nice finds Laura.:D

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JarrodB
13 hours ago, CrazyDiamond said:

Awesome so the top two are supposed to look like nubs.  Man, I found a ton of teeth today at Post Oak Creek.  I don't understand how this gallery thing works, I posted them but I don't know if they are viewable.  I thought you could like have your own photo album so to speak.  I hit the Suplur river yesterday but didn't have much luck.  And it was just way too hot for the Sulphur, I actually found shade at Post Oak Creek - next time I need to bring a lawn chair and sit, I stayed in the same spot the whole time and found all of the teeth in the pic below.

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Yes the Ptychodus teeth are supposed to look like that. The round teeth were used to bite open shells. Be sure to google them and check them out. They were some cool looking sharks. Post Oak is loaded with teeth. Your pics are in your gallery. Just click on your profile and then click on gallery to see them. This is my haul from my last trip there. The huge artifact made my day. I've also found some big teeth there. 

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