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I finally cleaned up the hundreds of teeth that I’ve accumulated over the past 8 months from toothing trips. I haven’t gone toothing much lately because of school and work, but now I’m about to lose my job because we are going out of business and I plan to take a break from college and not go for the summer semester. You know what that means more free time to go toothing! Unfortunately, I still have to find another job, but until then I’m going to try to go toothing as much as possible.
Location Berkeley County, South Carolina, USA

ID558
Membert$
Date Added3/8/2006

the first half
second
just how i found it, but when i picked it up the rest of the tooth was missing :( this is the same big gray meg pictured in the first half photo.
  

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2 5/8" Mako Shark Tooth
2 5/8" Mako Shark Tooth
1 13/16" Mako Shark Tooth
1 13/16" Mako Shark Tooth
1 1/4" Snaggletooth Shark Tooth
1 1/4" Snaggletooth Shark Tooth
1 15/16" Thresher Shark Tooth
1 15/16" Thresher Shark Tooth
11/16" Reef Shark Tooth
11/16" Reef Shark Tooth
  

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