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Quick Bay Trip 1/30

I went down to Brownies for a quick hunt on Friday.  I couldn't spend as much time hunting as I would have liked, but I walked away with some nice treasures, including a cervical vert with some of the processes still attached.  Also found two nice Cowshark teeth, a shamer lower Mako that still measures 1-1/2 inches, and an unusual porpoise/dolphin tooth with a tip that curves nearly 90 degrees. 

Location Calvert County, Maryland, USA

Date Added1/31/2009

Best teeth of the day
Cervical Vert
Sweet Mako
Shamer Mako

A megalodon is a megalodon (6-8-07)
A megalodon is a megalodon (6-8-07)
Beats watching T.V.
Beats watching T.V.
Fathers day finds
Fathers day finds

Great Finds! - 1/31/2009
Reviewer : Dinomyte1 from
Total Rating : 10
Tom, nice finds. I've only been to Brownies twice and although have found significant quantities of teeth they're all very small. Is there any technique's that is more successful to landing teeth over 1/2 "? Content Quality : 10 of 10

Drool Quotient : 10 of 10

Picture Quality : 10 of 10
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