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Pleistocene unusual tooth fish

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Hello, once again we turn to the expert opinion of the forum. Here is such a strange object. Age Early Pleistocene, Black Sea coast. Apparently it's a fish tooth. Pay attention to the wear of one of the edges of the crown, very curious. In general, it resembles an Archaeomanta tooth in my opinion, perhaps the sample was washed into the Pleistocene deposits from more ancient ones.
Or is it another fish?
Thank you very much for your attention, sorry for bad English.







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Al Dente

Looks like Eotrigonodon.

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8 hours ago, Al Dente said:

Похоже на эотригонодон .

Thank you very much, I immediately thought that from the Paleogene. the guess turned out to be correct.
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