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rab7ies
cheers dave.
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rab7ies
toot_001.JPG help..which shark(or other)did this come from? found at walton(about 2 1/2 inch
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Naze Dave
Could we have a pic of the cutting edge please? need to see if it is serrate or not and get an idea of relative thickness.
Thanks
Dave
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rab7ies
its worn away on one side and blunt on the other..will see if i can take couple more photos tho
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toooh_011.JPG toooh_004.JPG toooh_010.JPG hopefully my rubbish photos will help dave
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Bill G
Looks like it could be a broken Cosmopolitodus hastalis.
Cheers, Bill
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rab7ies
thanks bill..do you know where i could find a photo of one?
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rab7ies
just seen one online and think you are right..thanks again bill
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Naze Dave
Yes i agree, i needed to see if there was evidence of serrations to rule out Megalodon and other serrate species.
Thanks
Dave
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