|New Jersey Shark Teeth and Associated Marine Fossils|
|A great many exposures are present in NJ, to name most of them:
Shark River (Eocene),
Hornerstown (Cretaceous to Paleocene),
Navesink/Mount Laurel (Late Cretaceous),
Marshalltown/Wenonah (Late Cretaceous).
Shark teeth (as well as other marine fossils) can be found in the river/creeks cutting into these exposures.
Below are the fossils found in these exposures:
Below are the other types of fossils from New Jersey:
Click here to see dinosaur footprints and tracks from New Jersey
Click here to see amber from New Jersey
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Special thanks to E. Manning (Geology Dept., Tulane Univ. New Orleans) for the valuable input and assistance in correcting my webpage.