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Monster Scapanorhynchus

The story of this monsterous Scapanorhynchus from Big Brook is just as monsterously insane. The second year we went to big brook, i went to with my dad, my sister and her friend. we found a modest sample and were about to leave. my dad found this small enchodus tooth and showed it to my sister. then......she dropped it! my dad was pissed and desperatly dug in the dropped fish tooth spot and pulled out this 1.5 incher! a happy accident indeed! it is the biggest and nicest tooth to date!

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Age Cretaceous Era
Category Shark Teeth
Formation Mt. Laurel Formation
Location Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA
Species Scapanorhynchus texanus
Length 1 1/2 inches
Width 1 inches
Thickness 1/8 inches

ID3973
Memberninjaplease
Date Added8/1/2011

  

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