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drbush

Hi again ,

Can you kindly tell me what is this tooth ?

It is small 10 mm wide , it has a cutting edge almost concave on the other side you can see where it was connected to the jaw. 

 

 

fish teeth 1.jpg

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ynot

Welcome to :tff:

Fish tooth.

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drbush

anther tooth >>> what type 

fish teeth 2.jpg

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ynot
7 hours ago, drbush said:

type????

Do You know the age or formation?

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drbush

It was a surface find in the desert 

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UtahFossilHunter
5 hours ago, drbush said:

It was a surface find in the desert 

Which desert? Gobi Desert? Sahara? My backyard in Utah? 

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Kane
11 minutes ago, UtahFossilHunter said:

Which desert? Gobi Desert? Sahara? My backyard in Utah? 

According to the tags, near Riyadh in Saudi Arabia. 

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UtahFossilHunter
19 minutes ago, Kane said:

According to the tags, near Riyadh in Saudi Arabia. 

Ah good eye. I should look at those more often.:ighappy:

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UtahFossilHunter

According to this map, Riyadh is in a Jurassic age rock and near Cretaceous age rock. That should narrow it down a little bit. @ynotIMG_1671.thumb.JPG.beaaca3b884105e6722a868f54672463.JPG

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Kane
1 hour ago, UtahFossilHunter said:

Ah good eye. I should look at those more often.:ighappy:

I'm just getting the hang of those myself! :D 

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ynot

Could it be a hinge line of a clam?

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drbush

No it looks like a serrated teeth , on one side you can see the bone on the other side the ? teeth .

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drbush

from the map above it was fond in area of Paleocene era 

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