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First on a new spot in an old site

The kids and I were the first to arrive at new digging on the pond tonite. Within 45 seconds of arrival, I found the big shamer 5 inch megalodon nearly completely exposed. The area was large, but we could tell by the rough angle of the edge that this was the end of the digging. Sad, but this hunt was to be in a really good spot. Heavy black lag suspended in white sand on top of a thin layer of deep green chandler bridge. So many bones! We only had 3 hours and I dug almost the entire time. Tha weEzlinG decided he had found enough teeth so he went swimming. Last time we came to this mud hole, he lost his boots. He assured me he would look for them as he played. Today, he left behind his shovel. Good thing he found his teeth when we got there! My haul was large for a single evening. It should be! I spent 3 solid hours bent over digging.
Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA

Date Added8/1/2006


Fossil Megalodon Shark Tooth
Fossil Megalodon Shark Tooth





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