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Fossil Shark Vertebra with Fossil Barnacles

Barnacles aren't very exciting normally because they are more of a nuisance to remove from fossils found while scuba diving. This came straight from the ashley formation in a fresh water ditch, so I know the barnacles are at least 30 million years old. A really cool double fossil!
Location Berkeley County, South Carolina, USA
Species Unidentified - Shark
Age Oligocene Epoch
Formation Ashley Marl
Category Invertebrate
Width 1 1/4 inches

ID1510
Memberdw
Date Added4/3/2005

  

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