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Large fragmented tooth from big brook NJ


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Hello! Back logged on things I cant ID so let's start with this beast of a fragmented tooth.(about a inch and a half) Thank you all .

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fifbrindacier

Hi, could you take pics of its shewing surface, its other side, its profile, and could you tell us what age it is ?

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1 minute ago, fifbrindacier said:

Hi, could you take pics of its shewing surface, its other side, its profile, and could you tell us what age it is ?

Hello, I've been having trouble uploading multiple pictures and the age is cretaceous. 

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fifbrindacier

You can use the answer function to load more pictures.

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sharktoothboy

It's a lateral goblin shark tooth. Species is Scapanorynchus texanus 

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The Jersey Devil

Yeah, it’s a lateral goblin. 1.5 inches sounds massive for an incomplete tooth.

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