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Beach collector

I found this on Myrtle beach. I looks like part of a tooth. Help ID 

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Beach collector

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caldigger

Can you show us a shot looking straight on at the flat end?

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pambosk

looks like a shooting practice ceramic target's fragment to me, don't know if you have those 

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Beach collector

when i was looking things up i found it may be part of an extinct beaver's tooth.Fossil Beaver Tooth

 

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Harry Pristis

 

The occlusal surface - even fragmentary - is always the best diagnostic view.

 

 

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