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Elbert
Hello, I do not think this is pathology; it is damage; either the shark has bitten something hard and damaged the tooth or the chip has come off later, after fossilisation.
There is no way, as far as I know, of telling precisely what happened...

greetings, Bert
the search is as valuable as the finds...
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wamorris
Thanks Elbert , but I was referring to the shape- the way it bows out- it is more pronounced than it shows
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wamorris
Maybe this one Click image for larger version - Name: 0107180749.jpg, Views: 23, Size: 1.36 MB
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