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Carcharodon Hastalis

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2.13"

This mako is a bit worn
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Fossil mako shark tooth
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Colorful fossil mako shark tooth
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Mako with some dings
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I like to color of this tooth
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Lower fossil mako shark tooth
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Awesome red and orange color to this mako
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Wide tooth with a little root erosion.
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Slightly worm mako
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Razor sharp mako only damage is a bit of the root lobe missing
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Another 2" mako from this beach
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Some nice colors to this tooth
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Another sharp mako
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Fossil mako shark tooth
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Fossil mako shark tooth
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Mako shark tooth
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looks beter than the picture but still a little worn
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Fossil mako shark tooth
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An awesome lee creek mako
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Worn mako
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Little root damage
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A little ding keeps this tooth from being super awesome. Still nice
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Fossil mako shark tooth
2.13"

Razor sharp mako
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nice orange color
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Great lower
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Little root erosion
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Decent mako
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A Lee Creek mako
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A nice Lee Creek mako.
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Bakersfield mako.
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Mako in great condition with hooked root lobes.
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A Lee Creek mako.
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Sweet razor sharp mako
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Worn mako
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Virginia mako Isurus Hastalis.
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Mako from the Miocene of Virginia.
2.13"

lower mako from Lee Creek.
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