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A lot of rain equals good toothin !

Well the rain has come and gone and everybody knows that usually means the uncovering of some great stuff in our surrounding ditches. Well the skies have cleared and I was anxious to try a couple of hot spots known for producing after the rain. In the first spot I managed to find a nice 3-1/8th inch Megalodon with nice color to it and it was a relief to find this gem after finding alot of broken and mangled teeth. That was my only really nice find at that spot so I traveled to another spot. It was just about the same results with a lot of broken teeth, but I did come across a huge shark vertebra disc most likely belonging to an Angustiden or maybe even a Megalodon being the shark vertebra disc is almost 3 inches across ! Thats ths biggest I ever found. So I was excited ! And of course I also found a nice little Angy to boot which has some feeding wear, but hey the shark had to eat right ! ! !
Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA

ID3314
MemberGreg
Date Added4/10/2009

3-1/8th inch Megalodon
Shark Vertebrae disc
1-3/4 inch Angustiden
  

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- 4/11/2009
Reviewer : Down by the banks from
Total Rating : 10
awesome teeth love the color on that meg Content Quality : 10 of 10

Drool Quotient : 10 of 10

Picture Quality : 10 of 10
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