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MAKO SHARK TOOTH  WITH SELF INFLICTED BITE - PLIOCENE, BELGIUM
MAKO SHARK TOOTH  WITH SELF INFLICTED BITE - PLIOCENE, BELGIUM MAKO SHARK TOOTH  WITH SELF INFLICTED BITE - PLIOCENE, BELGIUM MAKO SHARK TOOTH  WITH SELF INFLICTED BITE - PLIOCENE, BELGIUM MAKO SHARK TOOTH  WITH SELF INFLICTED BITE - PLIOCENE, BELGIUM
 

MAKO SHARK TOOTH WITH SELF INFLICTED BITE - PLIOCENE, BELGIUM


Cosmopolotodus hastalis Agassiz, 1843.

Matrix free tooth from a Mako Shark. At the midpoint along one edge of the blade is a rounded chip. This is caused by the shark biting its own teeth during a feeding frenzy. Nice example.

Pliocene, Lillo Formation.
Doel-Anvers, Belgium.

Tooth : 3.2cm. high.



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