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A little bit of everyting from the bay!

This post is two trips combined. All the rain and rough water has washed away large parts of the slump piles along the cliffs exposing many new fossils that until recently were covered by tons of material from the cliffs.

Day one brought a sweet Hemi, a patho Hemi, one of my favorites a upper cow shark teeth and a nearly complete dolphin axix vert.

Day two started out great with my most complete croc tooth ever, a nice dolphin tooth and a humerus with little or no wear.

I contribute the great condition of these teeth to having been just washed out of the slumps. Bring on more rain!!!

Location Calvert County, Maryland, USA

ID2815
Memberobsessed1
Date Added5/18/2008

Sweet Hemi
Patho Hemi
Nice Axis vert.
Croc tooth with root
Dolphin tooth
Humerus from large dolphin or small whale
  

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- 5/19/2008
Reviewer : Chris from
Total Rating : 9
Nice finds!! Content Quality : 9 of 10

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Great presentations - 5/19/2008
Reviewer : Cetacean from
Total Rating : 9.667
I like the way you photograph and display your finds - very nice for us visual learners. Content Quality : 10 of 10
Great display format

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