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The illness and the payoff

Most of the teeth were found by surface collecting. Quite a few broken halves and drooling over the other great finds of the day. Ditch scored the King of Candyland Angys, and I began to collect with new vigor. I thought I was being punished for the 5 minute fossil collecting delay. Early in the day I toppled a large coffee and was subsequently verbally berated by my fossil collecting brethren for loss of collecting time. In my fossil fury, I spotted a corner of root and a cusplet. After use of the Ditch-Xtracto Tool, I scored a beaut of an Angy.

Other good finds include a nice dolphin tooth, nice shark vertebrae, a 2" mako, and other nice Angys.

Location Charleston County, South Carolina, USA

ID160
Memberda fossz
Date Added11/30/2002

This is a shot of his total haul
Here is a closeup of a porpoise tooth and a big shark vertebra.
Some nice hemis.
  

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The illness and the payoff
The illness and the payoff
2 1/2" Angustidens Shark Tooth
2 1/2" Angustidens Shark Tooth
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