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Some Kind Of Tooth, Not Sure What Though.


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My first thought was alligator or crocodile teeth, but now I'm second guessing myself. These were found in crushed shell at a construction site in Southern Florida. I assume the small ones are the same species as the big one. Thoughts?

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never noticed the ridge on a gator tooth, learn something new every day!

They actually have two ridges that parallel each other on either side. That is the easiest way to identify them from Porpoise teeth.

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