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PrehistoricWonders

Hi all, 

I was wondering if this is an otodus obliquus

tooth? TIA

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PrehistoricWonders

It is just over 1/2 an inch long.

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Fossildude19

Rotated, cropped and brightened: 

 

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FossilsAnonymous

One of the sand tiger species perhaps. Not Otodus.

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PrehistoricWonders

I think it’s too robust for a sand tiger, but it could be, could it be a goblin shark?

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15 minutes ago, Familyroadtrip said:

I think it’s too robust for a sand tiger, but it could be, could it be a goblin shark?

Perhaps. Some of the teeth at Douglas are a little robust though.

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10 hours ago, FossilDAWG said:

@MarcoSr knows this fauna well.  Hopefully he will stop by.

 

Don

 

Definitely not Otodus.  A sand tiger tooth, probably Striatolamia.

 

Marco Sr.

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Thank you all for the replies 

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