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Carcharhinus Sp.

Fossil shark
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.31"

Carcharhinus from the Miocene Bakersfield
.35"

Carcharhinus from the Miocene Bakersfield
.38"

This pathy bull is in pristine condition and sits like a tri-pod with one root lobe corner smooshed in.
.63"

An awesome pathological bull. I did not discover I had this tooth until I got home. made for an even better day. this tooth has two distinct tips.
.63"

Neet double tip
.75"

A pathological shark tooth.
.88"

Nice carcharhinus
.88"

A nice double tipped Carcharhinus.
.88"

Shame the root is damaged on this double tipped tooth
.94"

Awesome double tipped tooth
.94"

A Lee Creek Carcharhinus.
1.06"

A huge, nice looking tooth.
1.06"

A nice large Carcharhinus.
1.13"

nice large carcharhinus with great color
1.13"

A Lee Creek Carcharhinus.
1.25"

Monster carcharhinus