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Sharks Teeth?


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I immediately suspected the broken edge of a bivalve. But, I'd like to see more views and it possible a higher resolution image (or close up).

More photos please.

If it's a bivalve you should be able to pick down the matrix a bit and see the rest of the shell.

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I think BobWill is correct. This looks like an eroded Rastellum sp. bivalve that would be an expected find for the area.

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The image in post #7 clearly shows that these are not teeth. Notice that what starts to look like a tooth continues on under the matrix for a long way.


To determine what this is, I would say that you need to expose more of it.

I sticking with bivalve.

Here's a close up of the spines of a cockle shell, showing teeth-like spines.


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