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Shark Tooth ID help- Cretolamna sp. (appendiculata?) or Otodus obliquus?

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PB&J Mama

Hello All!

I found this shark tooth at Purse State Park in Charles County, MD. Located on the Potomac River, these fossils are from the Aquia Formation. As a novice fossil hunter, I would love some help in identifying this tooth. Is this a Cretolamna sp. (appendiculata?) or Otodus obliquus? Thanks so much in advance!

~Natalie

 

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Darktooth

Otodus I believe.

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FossilsAnonymous

I second that.

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PB&J Mama

Thank you for the replies!

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