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sd41
Hi LarryS,

If the tooth is triangular but one side seems slightly bent, the root and blade are about the same length and the blade is serrated, you probably have a Bull shark tooth.

Read more : http://www.ehow.com/facts_5156742_shark-teeth-identification.html


sd41
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LarryS
I just remembered I had this photo. Basically a fellow student brought in a necklace with a small bone white shark tooth on wire, about 2 to 2.5cm in size. It had tiny teeth on it and it looked genuine. Not that Ive seen a real shark tooth before!

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schming2001
Yes, that's genuine - modern, not fossil though. 
All the best, 
Fossils are great.
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LarryS
Thanks Schming
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