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    Carcharocles angustidens tooth from South Carolina.

    Circa 28 million years old (Oligocene)

    2.384 inches (6.05 cm) from the tip of the tooth to the furthest point on the root.

    No repairs or restoration.

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    Palaeocarcharodon orientalis (Pygmy White Shark) tooth from Ouled Abdoun, Morocco.

    This species lived from the Palaeocene (Danian)

    3.5 cm from the tip of the tooth to the furthest point on the root.

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    Palaeocarcharodon orientalis (Pygmy White Shark) tooth from Ouled Abdoun, Morocco.

    This species lived from the Palaeocene (Danian)

    3.4 cm from the tip of the tooth to the furthest point on the root.

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    Otodus (extinct genus of Mackerel shark) tooth from Morocco.

    This species lived from the Palaeocene to the Miocene Epoch.

    3.9 cm from the tip of the tooth to the furthest point on the root.
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    Otodus (extinct genus of Mackerel shark) tooth from Morocco. A couple of repairs to the root (best seen in picture 2).

    This species lived from the Palaeocene to the Miocene Epoch.

    4.0 cm from the tip of the tooth to the furthest point on the root.