This was the coldest day I’ve hunted teeth on. I was told that they had dug out a new area and that is where I spent the day walking around. I ran into da fossz and showed off my sweet invertebrate finds! Then we started looking for good places to dig. After some trial and error we finally located some quality green cap to dig in. The green cap in this area was the thickest I’ve ever seen it in the quarry. I witnessed da fossz dig up two rics right next to me! I was getting into some really rich green cap as well and kept digging out pieces of archaeocete whale bone. I did find a shamer double rooter archaeocete tooth. I wish it had the other half! I continued to dig out whale bones in that spot until the hunt was over.
|Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA
|Photo looking into a sink hole.
|Da fossz modeling for a photo next to the thick green cap layer.