paleontology
Georgia tooth fossil.

I found this approx. 25 years ago along the Savannah river and it's been sitting in a jar. My son is trying to identify it for a science project.

Fossil Collector:Jenn

Location: Savannah, GA

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3 Responses to “Georgia Mammal Tooth Fossil”

  1. cbk says:

    It looks like either an early toothed whale (see examples of Squalodon atlanticus) or a seal tooth of sorts…either way I’d bet the farm that it’s a marine mammal tooth.

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  2. Tyler says:

    I am only 12 years old, i enjoy fossil hunting. However i just found a small tooth and a small set of teeth, the tooth is fossilized the set of teeth are not. I would like to upload pictures but i do not know how. PLEASE HELP

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  3. Scott says:

    You can attach a photo of your fossil to at our “info” address. Please include some information about the location where you found the fossil so we can list city/state or country. We hope to see your fossil soon!

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