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Unknown teeth from Russia

nigtht_Andrey   21-07-2010 om 21:20

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Found on Azov See shore, Russia. Geological time finder doesn't know.

The Stone   23-07-2010 om 10:33

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2 similar triangular shaped "teeth" with on the last photo something showing what looks like enamel.
Could be either a freak of nature or some kind of teeth of those river dolphins or beaked whales.

Try the link below:

Click on a "species", than on click on "tooth morphology". To see all those strange kind of teeth.
I don't know if there are or were these kind of Dolphins in the see of Azov.
The age would be Pleistocene or maximum late Miocene.

Hope this helps and Paka,

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0dinofthenorth   26-09-2010 om 09:53

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Looks similar in some pictures, but I'm not sure.

Fossicker   07-06-2011 om 22:28

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I believe your teeth are broken, waterworn segments of a mammoth tooth.
See above

[Editted by Fossicker on 11-06-2011 at 15:42 GMT +1]

[Editted by Fossicker on 11-06-2011 at 15:43 GMT +1]