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JohnBrian

Please take it outside in the shade & photograph it. Your photos above are too dark & have poor resolution.

 

It kind of looks like a tooth but need the better photos.

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Nashoba2019

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Fossildude19

Cropped an brightened:

 

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Nashoba2019

That's awesome.  Thanks Fossildude19

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Fossildude19
8 minutes ago, Nashoba2019 said:

That's awesome.  Thanks Fossildude19

;) 

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hemipristis

alligator/croc?

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Al Dente

This looks like a piece of Scapanorhynchus. Note the lingual folds in the enamel.

 

 

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Nashoba2019

And what exactly is a scapanorhynchus?

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Nashoba2019

I don't always trust Google lol!! 

They 

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JohnJ
3 minutes ago, Nashoba2019 said:

I don't always trust Google lol!! 

They 

 

Type it into the TFF search box and you will see many examples.  ;)

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Mark Kmiecik
4 hours ago, JohnBrewer said:

This is a direct quote from this link:

 

Scapanorhynchus had an elongated, albeit flattened snout and sharp awl-shaped teeth ideal for seizing fish, or tearing chunks of flesh from its prey. It was a small shark normally measuring about 65 cm, though the largest species, S. texanus, is thought to have reached up to 3 m (10 ft) in length, about the size of a modern goblin shark.[5][6] (SOHEL) The largest tooth ever found is 7 cm near Atlantic Ocean.

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