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Howdy all!


I recently bought this tooth from the Bladen formation of North Carolina. It was described as Deinosuchus rugosus as I'm pretty sure that's what it is, but I need a second opinion.


Regardless, I'm still so excited to finally have some material from this formation! :D
















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I think Deinosuchus is a possibilty for this tooth. Hard to be certain due to the condition.

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