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Otodus Obliquus

Fossil shark Paleocene to Eocene epoch

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.31"

Tiny otodus
.38"

Small otodus
.44"

Small but real nice Paleocene Otodus from the Aquia Formation of Maryland.
.63"

Small otodus
.69"

Razor sharp tiny otodus
.69"

sweet posterior otodus tooth measures .69 X .5
.75"

This tooth broke in my pocket
.75"

.75"

It's neet to find them in the rock
.75"

Nice tooth
.75"

.75"

Little otodus
.75"

Tiny Otodus shark tooth
.75"

Tiny little otodus tooth
.75"

Otodus shark tooth
.75"

Worn otodus shark tooth
.78"

Worn little otodus
.81"

This might not be an otodus
.81"

Damage little otodus
.81"

This is a neat little otodus
.81"

Worn little otodus
.81"

Little damage
.81"

Little otodus
.81"

Colorful otodus shark tooth
.88"

A little damage
.88"

Little otodus
.88"

Odd little otodus
.88"

little otodus
.88"

LIttle otodus
.88"

Small otodus
.88"

anterior otodus tooth
.88"

otodus shark tooth missing a cusp
.88"

otodus shark tooth missing a cusp
.88"

anterior otodus shark tooth missing a cusp
.89"

.91"

.94"

Nice little otodus
.94"

Little bit of root damage
.94"

Otodus tooth
1"

Little otodus
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