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I found a tooth today in Charleston, SC and I thought it was a broken tooth. Cleaning up my finds and to my surprise, I think it is a very small (smallest that I have found so far) angustidens. The root is throwing me off. The root is very robust yet I can see the two cusps.

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Its an EXTREME posterior tooth. either an angy or meg.

one day i will find a tooth over 3 inches in good conditon haha.

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My first thought was a well worn tiger shark. But, not sure about that. I don't think it is a posterior meg or angy as Zach suggested. Just doesn't look right to me. But, again, with the amount of wear, I am not sure.

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