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Eocene pickin's

Not bad for 30 minutes collecting, eh? I sat down to look through a small patch of promising sand, and picked up a healthy number if teeth, including some nice, largish Isurus praecursor and even an Alopias hermani--my first! The big shark disc I believe is from a Rick, as it closely resembles the meg verts I've seen from Lee Creek.
Location Craven County, North Carolina, USA

ID2573
Memberhemipristis
Date Added2/3/2008

  

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