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The Jem

I guess I gave up on the germanic pit too soon. You see, its been raining all week. Every day, it has poured down rain, so even though the grass is growing, there are still spots in the pond that are eroding, and there are still lots of teeth to be found. And I found all these in an hour at lunch today. Not bad, eh? Then, I found the Jem. This little angy is perfect in any way. It is one of just two teeth I have ever found that is worthy to be a necklace for my wife. I just have to get some gold wrapping for it and wrap it up. I guess if it keeps raining like that, I'll just have to keep going until the pit fills up.
Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA

ID138
Memberdw
Date Added8/29/2002

Take a look at the total shamer pathologic angustidens. It is wildly twisted, and as the blade approaches the cusp, it splits in two! Both of the splits are even serrated. Too bad the track hoe busted the root off that tooth. I don't find many like this.
  

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1 1/2" Angustidens Shark Tooth, aka. "The Jem"
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