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Hello, I found this in a creek in Summerville, SC. 1st photo shows the collection of finds for the day. The second photo is the isolated tooth. It's about 2" long.

Thanks for looking!



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Looks like a nice, big Isurus sp. (Mako). Were the root intact, I'd be more comfortable about suggesting a species for it.

Our local members might be able to name it as-is, due to local experience.

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