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SNAKE!! (Part 2)

Hey!! Where's the rest of my pics???? It cut off the first five that I put on that last trip report... oh well... here they are... On a side note... I picked up over 6000 teeth in the last two trips to GMR and over 7500 teeth so far.
Location Green Mill Run, North Carolina, USA

ID3412
MemberGovinn
Date Added7/16/2009

Here are some Great Whites that I found. I love these teeth. Especially when they come out in perfect condition.
Some nice little Hemi's that I picked up. I wish that huge one was complete... :(
These are two hybodus teeth that I found. From what I understand they are pretty rare...
Closeup shot...
Here are a few of the many Makos that I found. I love that huge one!
  

Links
Not So Fossilized Fauna April 3, 2009
Not So Fossilized Fauna April 3, 2009
The day after Lee Creek Mine: March 29, 2009
The day after Lee Creek Mine: March 29, 2009
Mos a Sore from Shovelling All Weekend (Apr 24-26 2009)
Mos a Sore from Shovelling All Weekend (Apr 24-26 2009)
  

Comments
I spoke to soon! - 7/16/2009
Reviewer : MikeDOTB from North Carolina United States
Total Rating : 10
Man a couple of those great whites were such heart breakers! But still a lot of awesome teeth! Content Quality : 10 of 10

Drool Quotient : 10 of 10

Picture Quality : 10 of 10
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Excellent stuff Govinn! - 7/17/2009
Reviewer : Fat Boy from Maryland United States
Total Rating : 10
Nice report and I'm jealous of your Hybodus teeth and some of those GWs! Content Quality : 10 of 10

Drool Quotient : 10 of 10

Picture Quality : 10 of 10
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Huh? - 7/17/2009
Reviewer : FrozenTundra from
Total Rating : No Rating
6000 teeth in two trips to GMR? Really? I must be doing something wrong. In about 10 trips there I have a fraction of that amount but then again I only save mostly complete teeth.
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nice finds - 7/17/2009
Reviewer : fossilboy from New York United States
Total Rating : 10
You found really great things! The left hybodus fossil is actually a hybodus cephalic hook. Content Quality : 10 of 10

Drool Quotient : 10 of 10

Picture Quality : 10 of 10
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- 7/18/2009
Reviewer : Govinn from Virginia United States
Total Rating : No Rating
I count every tooth that I find as a "tooth" even if it's chipped or a partial tooth. I look at it like this... if it was a tooth and in a shark's mouth then I keep it. I put all my broken teeth in a container. They never make it to my display case, but they still served a purpose at one time. :)
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Wow! Quite a haul! - 9/28/2009
Reviewer : hemipristis from
Total Rating : 10
Quite a number of very nice whites, and the Hybodus! Congrats! Content Quality : 10 of 10

Drool Quotient : 10 of 10

Picture Quality : 10 of 10
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