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Mucho Micros

I went hunting yesterday at the spot where I scored the killer little white megalogon tooth last week, but it was pretty lousy. I checked out a few other spots and found some prospects for future digs, but nothing great showed up to post so I figured I would show you what I've been finding in the buckets of Chandler Bridge I got from the killer pond a few months ago. Its been a bonanza, lemme tell ya. Nothing huge, but you can't beat the quantity or quality. On top of that, I came away with some rare teeth, too. I'll be doing some more hunting this coming week at the new spots. Wish me luck! Oh, by the way, I just got word that I'll be displaying at the Aurora Fossil Festival on Saturday, May 29. It a free event that attracts over 10,000 guests annually and has been judged one of the best small town festivals in North Carolina. Several museums will be represented, including the Smithsonian. On top of that the Aurora Fossil Museum has undergone some major renovations and has several new displays. Come say hi if you're down that way!
Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA

Date Added5/16/2004

These are the broken shark teeth and a tiny portion of the non shark teeth fossils I've found lately. Check out that shamer Parotodus benedeni at lower left.
These are the perfect ones. All this in 2 buckets of dirt. That spot was just amazing. I wish it wasn't full of water now!

3/16" Angel Shark Tooth
3/16" Angel Shark Tooth
3/16" Whale Shark Tooth
3/16" Whale Shark Tooth
9/16" Angustidens Shark Tooth
9/16" Angustidens Shark Tooth
3/8" Angel Shark Tooth
3/8" Angel Shark Tooth





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