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Georgia Fossil Id


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Hey y'all! Brand new here and to the fossil hunting world, however, I've quickly found this hobby to become an obsession. One day while I was paddling around the Savannah River, close to the Atlantic, fishing for reds and specks I explored a beach and found several shark teeth including a megalodon fragment and a large Isurus Hastalis tooth. Thats were it all started, I've tried to frequent the area as much as time would allow and have found many fossils! A few of my recent finds have me stumped. Any ideas are greatly appreciated!

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one closest to penny looks like a pristis (sawfish) rostral tooth. the little one in the other pics could be small cetacean such as porpoise, these are just possibilities

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Thanks! After looking at many pictures of pristis teeth varieties, I agree.

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