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    Can yall help?? A couple teeth Id like identify?!

    Hi 👋🏻,

    So I have tonssss of sharks teeth Ive collected. A bunch I have identified, but there are some that look like variations and I wanted to get clarification! Ill send a group pic and the some groupings. Click image for larger version. 

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    Anyone that is able to help I would appreciate it!

    Happy Hunting!!

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    Second pic both mako. Third pic top left looks like great white, Sand tiger the skinny ones next to it. You have some snaggletooth Hemipristis Serra (curved and serrated). Have some lemons in there too. That is a start for you.
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    Post one photo at a time if you have multiple teeth in the photos or else you run the risk of mis-identification.

    2nd photo of two teeth are Mako
    3rd photo has great white for the bottom two teeth and the top ones missing their roots could be goblin or sand tiger, hard to say if it is missing cusps or not
    4th photo the three teeth on the left are all hemipristis serra (snaggle tooth or just Hemi's) , top right is mako, middle right looks like an Angustidens (daddy to the megladon) if it has cusps, and bottom right looks like bull shark
    5th photo has teeth from the forth photo but the new teeth on the top and bottom left look like Angustidens, left middle I cannot tell if it is serrated or not, the photo is not that clear but I am going with note serrrated and a small mako, the other tooth bottom middle is another hemi
    6th and last photo is two bull or dusky shark teeth

    A good site to use to help ID teeth is elasmo, just do a search for it.
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    Awesome! Thank you for the Info and the website!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Perico View Post
    Second pic both mako. Third pic top left looks like great white, Sand tiger the skinny ones next to it. You have some snaggletooth Hemipristis Serra (curved and serrated). Have some lemons in there too. That is a start for you.

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    Thank you soooo much!!! This was super helpful!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by AeroMike View Post
    Post one photo at a time if you have multiple teeth in the photos or else you run the risk of mis-identification.

    2nd photo of two teeth are Mako
    3rd photo has great white for the bottom two teeth and the top ones missing their roots could be goblin or sand tiger, hard to say if it is missing cusps or not
    4th photo the three teeth on the left are all hemipristis serra (snaggle tooth or just Hemi's) , top right is mako, middle right looks like an Angustidens (daddy to the megladon) if it has cusps, and bottom right looks like bull shark
    5th photo has teeth from the forth photo but the new teeth on the top and bottom left look like Angustidens, left middle I cannot tell if it is serrated or not, the photo is not that clear but I am going with note serrrated and a small mako, the other tooth bottom middle is another hemi
    6th and last photo is two bull or dusky shark teeth

    A good site to use to help ID teeth is elasmo, just do a search for it.

 

 

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