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Nj Cretaceous Reptile Tooth


Darwin Ahoy

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Okay, so here's one I've been mulling over a bit. Figured I'd throw it on here and get some more opinions. Yes, I know it's missing a fair bit, however, it's complete enough where you can make out the complete shape and such. It's rather compressed, and no hint of carinae. It also has an unusual narrowing towards the base. Length is about 0.6"

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I think Plesiosaur is a contender.

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I was leaning towards that. But it's rather short/squat, and wasn't sure if it's typical for them to be so compressed.

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