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Otodus Angustidens

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.75"

Little posterior angy measures .81" wide
.81"

a nice posterior angustidens
.88"

Another nice posterior, measures .88" wide
1"

Awesome posterior
1.25"

Little feeding damage
1.25"

Nice molted color
1.25"

Carcharocles Angustidens from SC.
1.31"

Nice posterior tooth with super small cusps. Measures 1.38 wide
1.38"

a nice angustidens
1.38"

Another little angy
1.44"

Beat up little angy
1.5"

a nice angy
1.5"

an angustidens
1.56"

Carcharocles Angustidens from SC.
1.58"

Nice serrated tooth. Also measures 1.5" wide
1.63"

Nice serrated angy
1.63"

Carcharocles Angustidens from SC.
1.75"

my first angy
1.75"

Nice angy
1.75"

Carcharocles Angustidens from SC.
1.94"

Carcharocles Angustidens from SC.
2.06"

angustidens
2.13"

Little Angustidens shark tooth
2.75"

an angustidens
2.81"

A nice South Carolina Angustidens.
2.88"

This tooth hurt it would have had it all. Razor sharp serrations and a beautiful color.
3.69"

Had I found this tooth in float I would have labeled it a auriculatus, this tooth is massive and thick. It is missing a cusp and the serration are pretty beat but still a big tooth for this site
3.88"

I think this is an Angustiden. This is definitely a large tooth for this site. As bad as my vision is, I could still see this tooth propped up against a rock.