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The Weezling's time in the sun

A rain so ferocious fell today that my inner toother was awakened to a late evening romp in the fields of mud. Tha weEzlinG, always down to pick up some teeth, was excited as soon as the first drops fell. We headed out about an hour before dark and were greeted to new digging at our latest spot of choice. For the first time in a long time, we were the first ones at a freshly dug site right after a heavy rain, and the rewards were great. Both of us found megalodon teeth exposed - a rarity with the numbers of vigilant fossil hunters around here lately. The area was small, so our hunt lasted only 45 minutes, but we agreed it would be a place to return after the next hard rain. My little fossil hunter found his first complete megalodon over 4 inches long, and he reminded me the whole rest of the night that his big tooth was bigger than my big tooth. I got schooled by a 5 year old.
Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA

Date Added7/21/2005

tha weEzlinG's megalodon on the ground.
The proud owner of a freshly dug 4 inch plus megalodon tooth!

A Second Chance To Dig First
A Second Chance To Dig First
Fossil Megalodon Shark Tooth
Fossil Megalodon Shark Tooth





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