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Aran

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Hi was wondering if anyone could help to identify this what I found at hellwell beach in watchet.its approx 25mm.many thanks

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A shark tooth of some sort.
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Aran

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Thankyou
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It's not a shark tooth but a small belemnite, possibly Coeloteuthis sp. which is quite rare. Could also be a more common Nannobelus sp. but doesn't look quite right. 

Either way, it's a nice specimen!

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Ok thankyou shame it's not a tooth but never mind.
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Personally, I'd take a belemnite like that over a shark tooth any day! [smile]
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Ok thankyou it would have been the first tooth I had found that's all but still happy with it. Thankyou for your help
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