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Calvert Cliffs Find


MeisTravis

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MeisTravis

Over this past weekend I took a trip to the Calvert cliffs(first time going, didn’t have much luck lol). I found this piece and was gonna see if I could get some help identifying it. I found it at bay front. Not sure if it’s anything but I couldn’t find anything like it to compare it to. Let me know if any other or different pictures would help identify it. Thanks all!

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The Jersey Devil

It is a heavily worn down shark tooth, probably a sand tiger.

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ShoreThing

I agree with @petolithos, it looks like a partial worn lower hemi. Finding one is better than finding none. Go slow, go low, and go often and you will have luck.

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The Jersey Devil

I’m gonna have to change what I said, it is definitely a hemi lower. Lingual protuberance and root is too robust for sand tiger. Also, the lingual protuberance tilts to the side which is typical of hemi lowers.

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