A pretty good day at the beach. It was cloudy, and low 50s, but not windy. The tide was a "high" low, that is to say, it was time for low tide, but the water is still unusually high from the storm offshore.
The top one is a Mako Shark lower tooth, 1 5/8ths inches long, while the lower is of course a Snaggletooth Shark (Hemipristis serra) upper tooth, about 5/8ths. The Mako is the best of its species this year by a long shot and will dwell for a while on the top shelf of the window in the kitchen on display, while the Snaggletooth is good, but not that good, and will go in the month jar.