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Several shark teeth - great white, bull shark, etc?

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Wondering what the shark teeth experts think of these. Found on man-made dredge island in Savannah River. I'm thinking A is great white and. B might be a bull shark, but am not positive and don't have guesses about the others. Thanks! 

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ynot

A,C,D Carcharodon hastalis.

B Sand Tiger(?).

E Bull or dusky.

F need clearer picture to tell.

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The Jersey Devil

I agree with Tony except I think B looks more like Isurus desori.

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WhodamanHD
10 minutes ago, josephstrizhak said:

I agree with Tony except I think B looks more like Isurus desori.

I agree. F is probably a carcharhinus sp.

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Macrophyseter

A. Cosmopolitodus/Carcharodon hastalis (anterior upper, broad-form aka xiphodon)

B. Isurus desori (anterior upper?)

C. Cosmopolitodus/Carcharodon hastalis (anterior or lateral upper, broad-form)

D. Cosmopolitodus/Carcharodon hastalis (lateral or posterior upper, broad-form)

E. Carcharhinus sp. (cf. leucas)

F. Carcharhinus sp. (cf. brachyurus or closely related species within the genus)

 

This is just my take on the ID, some of the exact species or tooth type may be wrong, but I am positive with the genera.

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caldigger
6 hours ago, All Things Ocean said:

Wondering what the shark teeth experts think of these. Found on man-made dredge island in Savannah River. I'm thinking A is great white and. B might be a bull shark, but am not positive and don't have guesses about the others. Thanks! 

CA9E8B76-43D4-4E39-9D81-D12A6E3BD75A.jpeg

It would have been better if you could get your subject matter into that bit of sunlight showing at the bottom of the page. Trying to I'D something in the shadows always makes for a challenge.

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