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  • Bradley Meyers posted a new specimen. 3 years ago

    3 years ago
    3 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).