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Brett Breakin' Rocks posted a topic in Fossil IDHi There, I just wanted to confirm that I think (?) these are examples of the large Sand Tiger shark from the Chattian. Jaekelotodus trigonalis ? ... This time period is not one I'm yet familiar with. Though, it is in a similar area to where the O. auriculatus I just received was found. Mangystau (Mangyshlak), Kazakhstan The preservation in this area is poor but the teeth are much larger. You can see the cusps have been worn down/away @Al Dente Cheers, Brett
RichardC posted a topic in Fossil IDHi All, I found these two teeth in Bracklesham Bay, Sussex, UK. After a good while looking at various websites I found a virtually identical tooth marked as Jaekelotodus trigonalis & this species is found at Bracklesham Bay however, I thought the teeth from this shark generally have two cusplets on either side? Other species from this site the teeth are similar to are Hypotodus Atlanticus & Hypotodus verticalis. I don't think it is Striatolamia macrota as there are no striations on the enamel / the cusplets are not scalloped... The height for each is roughly 2.5 cm, there are no serr