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Guy Osborn

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I couldn't find this shark tooth on Savage seas or elsewhere - cusplets too big for a little otodus and root too massive even in its slightly broken state? Any ideas? And the layered "fossil" is more layered in life than it looks. About 15mm
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Shark tooth Herne Bay.jpg

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Perhaps a partial Notidanodon loozi upper tooth? Is the labial root surface flat? 

Not sure about the layered specimen or if it's even a fossil. 
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Labial surface IS flat. Thank you
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Looked this on up on the net - I think/hope you are right!Cow shark tooth.jpg 
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Seems a good fit to me. They are quite hard to find, so congrats! I have one as well from Beltinge that i found a few years ago. 
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The first specimen is a "tooth stack" from Phyllodus toliapicus.
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