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Lilbroj

I was shark tooth hunting at calvert cliffs in Maryland and besides the sharks teeth I found I found this which looks like a tooth of some sort possibly a molar from an omnivore or herbivore. What is it any ideas?

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caldigger

Your pics are seriously too dark to make this thing out. Can you retake in better ( preferably natural Sun ) lighting with a ruler or measuring tape beside it for size reference?

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Al Dente

It looks like a barnacle steinkern. Sediment filled the barnacle and then the barnacle plates dissolved leaving behind the lithified sediment.

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Fossildude19

Moved to Fossil ID. ;) 

Brightened: 

 

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FossilDAWG

I agree with Al Dente, barnacle steinkern.

 

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