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When the wind blows, does the tooth not hear the sound of one hand clapping?

Today I could have gone just about anywhere I wanted to go, and I chose Superpit. I hunted alone, so I had a lot of time to ponder fossils and the universe. I even thought of a cool title for the trip :-) Anyway, hunters were hunting in the pit itself, though, so I had to leave without so much as a serration in my pockets. I decided to go back to one of my old haunts to finish out the day. The golf course has a place where a little more digging can be done so that's where I went. It took a while, but I finally unearthed a small meg. Its got great color, but no serrations. It is whole, though, and that's all that matters. Soon after, a much larger one gave itself up to my shovel. I didn't find out until I got it out of the ground, though, that it was peeled :-( I hate that! Its so awesome everywhere else except where it really counts. Oh well. Next week is Aurora, so I'm hoping my lucky streak will continue.
Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA

Date Added9/20/2003


1 7/16" Pathologic Angustidens Shark Tooth
1 7/16" Pathologic Angustidens Shark Tooth





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