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it’s nice to be first for once

The day before we just received large amounts of rain from thunderstorms that produced tornadoes in some areas around the state. You know what that means when there is a lot of rain there is A LOT of teeth to be found. I woke up at 6:00 AM because I wanted to be first to collect at the new pit. In the end it was worth it and the teeth were laying out everywhere and most were on pedestals. I found a lot of shamer megs, but I did manage to find a few nice angys though.
Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA

Date Added4/27/2006

Found everything WALKING!
This is the most shark vertebraes I've found in one trip. There is 36 of them and the largest measures 2 inches across.
A small angy fully exposed.
This is the teeth I found digging last weekend before this trip. Notice the shamer benedini top left.

Angustidens Shark Tooth
Angustidens Shark Tooth
Angustidens Shark Tooth
Angustidens Shark Tooth





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