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My toothing bags are no longer empty.

I haven’t been out toothing much because of college and studying all the time. I was excited about this upcoming trip and more than ready to take a break from school to hunt teeth! This trip turned out to be another fun road-trip to Aurora with Ditchweezil and Da fossz.  These trips are never boring and the tales of carcharocles is always in the air.

 

I spent the majority of the day hunting the Yorktown and it paid off. I found my first Hexanchus cow shark tooth and two others. Towards the end of the day I decided to dig over a good patch of Yorktown and dug out a shamer meg with massive feeding damage. I also found a few nice makos and my first whole Aurora meg in the same area as well.

Then when the hunt came to a close we ended the day with a proper Mexican feast. Thank you PCS for allowing us to collect!

Location Lee Creek Mine, Aurora, North Carolina, USA

ID3075
Membert$
Date Added10/13/2008

  

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Aurora Mako Shark Tooth
Aurora Mako Shark Tooth
Aurora Megalodon Shark Tooth
Aurora Megalodon Shark Tooth
Aurora Cow Shark Tooth
Aurora Cow Shark Tooth
Lee Creek Cow Shark Tooth
Lee Creek Cow Shark Tooth
Lee Creek Hexanchus gigas Cow Shark Tooth
Lee Creek Hexanchus gigas Cow Shark Tooth
Southern Exposure
Southern Exposure
My Friend the Weed
My Friend the Weed
  

Comments
- 10/17/2008
Reviewer : brsr0131 from Virginia United States
Total Rating : 9.333
Man those Hex's are great!!!!! I still havent gotten a whole one from there yet. Maybe in the spring. Content Quality : 10 of 10

Drool Quotient : 10 of 10

Picture Quality : 8 of 10
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