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Is this a shark tooth?


Beachcomber14

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I just found this on the beach and honestly thought it was a shark tooth but didn’t realize only fossilized shark teeth are black. Is this a shark tooth? And if so, what kind? (The last picture is the inside and there is a fairly deep groove). Found in Gulf Shores, Alabama. 

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Looks like a piece of oyster shell to me

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Agree. Umbo section of an oyster.

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Thank you both!!! I’d never looked up oyster anatomy until now and didn’t realize that was the way that part looked

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