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waiting for the thaw

This past weekend we went back to the spot that we found the previous weekend collecting on the nastiest day of the winter so far. The weather was much better but the water is still cold and with my waders in a constant state of disrepair it was a little uncomfortable having soaked feet all day. The finds were fairly consistent with good teeth showing up here and there, but there weren't as many awesome condition ones as I thought there may be. The most interesting things I found were a worn Mosasaur vert and what is probably a piece of Mosasaur jaw bone, unfortunately the tooth is missing but the socket is a dead giveaway.
Location Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA

ID2569
Membertoothpuller
Date Added1/31/2008

squalis
porbeagles
goblins
sand tigers, threshers, a nice croc scute, a ratfish jaw plate and other stuff
mosasaur vert and jaw segment sans tooth
  

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