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    The one on the left looks like it’s probably a dusky shark tooth. And it’s probably a tooth that was on the lower/bottom row of teeth. I can’t see the one on the right

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    These look like they came from an extinct Longtooth Tiger Shark. Longtooth tiger sharks lived during the Oligocene and Miocene epochs 33 to 5.3 million years ago. The raised – bulging root is one way to tell this is a long tooth tiger shark.

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    99% sure those sand shark teeth. If the root is curved upward and they don’t have any serrations on the “blade” they are most likely sand shark teeth. ☺️