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FossilDiggin

Found these in north Louisiana in a creek bed where I find shark teeth stingray barbs but this trip I came across these tooth like finds. Are they teeth or something else?

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Crocodile.

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I think the first one is a crocodile tooth, but I'm not sure what the second one is.

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Beat me to it, croc teeth (or maybe gator, I'm not sure how to tell the difference.

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FossilDiggin

The second one is completely different than the first. I also found what I think is a squid beak?

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Last one looks like a fish tooth. (?)

Not a squid beak.

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FossilDiggin

Are you sure look at the top part of the beak. If it had broken off plus there is the same growth line up the middle?

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Your object is complete round and solid a squid beak is a half round and hollow.

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FossilDiggin

Ok yeah I see what your talking about now... well snarge guess I'll have to settle for mystery fish tooth ( :

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TNCollector

Can you specify what part of Louisiana you found these in? That would help narrowing down the age of these specimens a bit.

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