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The best angustidens I've found in a year and a half

If you read my posts from last week, you know that there has been an inordinate amount of rain that has fallen on my area. And the best places to go after good rain are places that erode nicely. The big ditch is one of those places. I'd been keeping an eye on it, but its been too high to go. You'd need scuba gear! In fact, the ditch overflowed. Yes, it overflowed. I know that because of all the debris that is up on the banks. It must have been a site to see. The giant concrete slabs that the county put in to prevent erosion were even washed away. To say the least, it was cool to see some serious erosion there again. I went with high expectations, and for the first two hours, all I picked up were junkers. I was even depressed while 2thin! I had seen another set of footprints in the clay in places, and I just figured that whoever that was cleaned up. But then, in full view a whole 2 feet about the current water level was a huge, perfect angy just hanging out of the chandler bridge. You'd have to be blind to miss it. Go see the closeups. This tooth is killer! And, as if that weren't enough, I also found a tool box! I have no idea how it got there, but I don't question good luck. I just accept it.
Location Berkeley County, South Carolina, USA

Date Added9/2/2002


2 3/4" Angustidens Shark Tooth
2 3/4" Angustidens Shark Tooth





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