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I found this shadow of a tooth that must have popped out of the rock when this rockpile was excavated to make a artificial pond or due to rain. I searched all I could at the base of the rock pile but no such luck. It most likely broke apart as these teeth absorb water and when they dry out it often makes them crack and crumble. I assume this one is a Petalodus sp. tooth as they are the most common i find in the area

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Chondrichthyan Teeth From The Pennsylvanian Period

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