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Otodus Aksuaticus

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1.19"

Serrated cusps and some serrations on the crown
1.31"

Very few, barely noticable serrations.
1.31"

A worn transitional. Even though it is worn i still am happy because these are uncommon
1.44"

The side cusps of this tooth help me identify it as an early transitional versus an Otodus.
1.44"

Razor sharp tooth, shame the tip is dinged
1.5"

Shame shis razor sharp tooth has a little damge
1.5"

This tooth is barley serrated
1.5"

Sweet little transitional tooth
1.50"

Sweet little transitional shark tooth
1.56"

This could actually be a ric but the serrations are very jagged and seem lessen near the tip
1.56"

So awesome my first transitional. A nice little tooth.
1.56"

Nice color, not so nice condition
1.63"

Nice transitional.
1.69"

Decent Eocene transitional tooth from the Nanjemoy Formation of Maryland.
1.75"

The root is encased in matrix and the tip is dinged
1.75"

This transitional has a little root shaving
1.81"

Transitional fossil Carcharocles Aksuaticus shark tooth. Tooth is weakly serrated by the root then turns to a blade near the tip. Shame one of the cusps was dinged.
1.88"

Real nice Eocene transitional tooth from the Nanjemoy Formation of Maryland.
1.98"

Nice transitional with large ragged serrations near teh root
2"

Nice transitional tooth with serrated cusps and serrations starting near the top of the blade. Such a shame there is feeding damage
2.06"

Beat up transitional
2.06"

Awesome transitional. Look at those cusps and the blade, super sweet
2.06"

Shark transitional shark tooth missing a side cusp
2.13"

Nice transitional tooth. Found this on my hands and knees with only a small piece of one root lobe sticking out of the mud.
2.13"

This is a pristine tooth. Couldn't miss this one as it was laying almost fully exposed in the mud. It must have just washed out of the cliffs.
2.13"

A little worn but intact. Can see the serrations
2.13"

Nice transitional tooth only half way serrated
2.13"

Transitional tooth with serrated cusps and the blade is partially serrated as well
2.19"

A nice transitional Otodus AKA Carcharocles Aksuaticus. It has the start of serations.
2.25"

Shame this transitional has some damage. There are ragad serrations on the cusp and on the blade by the root
2.31"

Real nice transitional. This site is only one of three in the world where you can find these. They are the largest at this site.
2.31"

This is a nice tooth. When i found it it was totally encased in rock hard matrix only saw some of the blade. But after a couple hours with the pick it turned out rather nice.
2.38"

Great transitional tooth with feint serrations near the root and on the cusps.
2.38"

Worn transitional
2.44"

Shame there is damage
2.56"

Such a shame the cusps are almost always missing. Nice orange color
2.88"

Wow this tooth could have been so awesome. It still is nice tho. How often do you see an almost 3" transitional
3"

Awesome tooth. Super cusps. A little tip ding.