✅ SOLVED Is this a shark tooth , or just a pointy rock?

Lgc42090

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Was doing some arrowhead hunting while my detector is away. Found this. Though it might be a fossilized sharks tooth, but not sure.
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I'm thinking probably just a rock.
 
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Andy Burke

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Hi, this is my first post on this site so I'd better make it a useful one;

That looks like many of the teeth I have collected but the truth lies in the 'feel' of it. If its heavy, dense and cold its probably rock but it its lightweight with a warm 'wooden' kind of feel its possibly a tooth.

Best I can do, cheers,

Andy :icon_thumright:
 
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I have collected 100s and 100s of shark teeth and I'm sorry but what you have is a rock.
 
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Lgc42090

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Yeah, I'm gonna call it a tooth shaped rock. Maybe next time.
 
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