Bradley Meyers posted a new specimen. 3 years ago3 years ago3 years ago
Bradley Meyers has contributed specimen mFeM 57600 to myFOSSIL!
Hi, @bradley-meyers – you can use Macrostrat to get a better idea of the age of the rock: https://macrostrat.org/map/#/z=10.6/x=-82.3217/y=29.7107/bedrock/lines/ just find the locality you were at and click!
Do you have an image of the other side of the specimen you could upload?
Talk to you soon, Jen
Galeocerdo is a tiger shark which have very distinctive teeth. This is not a tiger shark but instead a lower Carcharhinus species. From the lower teeth (which this is), it is usually (there are a few exceptions) to narrow down the exact species. Due to the wide root, it is possibly (possibly) a Sandbar Shark tooth (Carcharhinus plumbeus).