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Typical shed hadrosaurid (Edmontosaurus) teeth, a.k.a. "spitters." Most are river tumbled and missing their enamel. These teeth are quite common, as Edmontosaurus was abundant and regularly shed them from its arsenal of hundreds.

A) teeth in occlusal view

From the album:

Hell Creek Formation Microsite

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