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Mr. October

Today was the day that the quarry was to open and once again it was my duty to go home with at least one whole ric like every past trip I’ve had to the quarry in which I seem to pull off every time. I rushed to the far corner of the quarry following da f0ssZ who made jumping the ditch look so easy, I should have known it was one of his tricks to keep me from finding teeth right away and I jumped right into a trap because I didn’t quite make it across, but I got out right away losing maybe 2 mins. of toothin time. After combing the hill side for a little bit I spot a huge tiger and someone had been digging some green cap right next to I have no idea how anyone could have missed it. I was hoping to score some nice whale teeth or 3”+ rics maybe next time.
Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA

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Date Added10/18/2003

I found a descent amount of teeth today and most of them came from digging small piles of green cap.
The ground photo of the tiger on its natural pedestal.
A group of nice praecursor mako shark teeth.
  

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1 3/16" Tiger Shark Tooth
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7/8" Goblin Shark Tooth
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1 1/2" Auriculatus Shark Tooth
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