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Otodus Chubutensis

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.25"

sweet posterior chubutensis shark tooth
.56"

Real nice Miocene posterior Chub from the Pungo Formation of North Carolina.
.63"

Posterior chub.
.69"

Small chubutensus tooth
.75"

Awesome posterior Chub.
.75"

Awesome posterior also measures 1.81" wide and .38 thick
.75"

nice small tooth
.81"

tip damage
.88"

.8 x .8 posterior tooth
1"

Nice posterior chub. Measures 1" wide
1.06"

Little fossil shark tooth
1.13"

Another awesome posterior chub
1.13"

Damaged little chuby
1.13"

Worn little tooth
1.18"

Chubutensis tooth
1.19"

little chubutensis shark tooth
1.25"

Little chubutensis my first from this site
1.25"

Little Juvenile chubutensis with minor root damage
1.25"

Little damage to this tooth but i like the color
1.25"

a little damage
1.25"

Sharp tooth with some feeding damage
1.25"

a perfect tooth
1.25"

Worn posterior
1.25"

Another posterior
1.31"

Tip damage keeps this one from being pertfect
1.31"

A small Chubutensis from Lee Creek.
1.31"

Smaller chubutensis
1.38"

Little razor sharp chubutensis
1.38"

Nice little chuby
1.38"

Worn little chubutensis
1.38"

Sharp serrated little chub
1.38"

Feeding damage on this one.
1.38"

little tooth with a tip ding
1.38"

serrated little chubutensis
1.38"

Worn chub
1.5"

Chub missing a cusp
1.5"

Little chub with feeding damage
1.5"

Dinged tip
1.5"

Early Chubutensis shark tooth
1.50"

Tip damage and missing a cusp
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