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I'm in Panama City at the moment and I just picked this up on the beach. Looks to me to be a tiny tiger shark tooth, but I could be wrong. Also looks like it could be a posterior tooth from a Carcharhinus, though I don't know what those look like.

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Cropped and brightened:

 

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Not a tiger shark. I think posterior Carcharhinus is a good guess.

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I can't tell: is the seemingly recurved tip reflective of damage to the tip?  Pls post a photo of the other side

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