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East NC hunting

I did not just go to the aurora festival, there was a place i used to hunt with my father years prior we called shark tooth island( not realy an island i know). since i cant get on base any more i had to park at pine cliff rec area and walk about two miles to get there. no prob it was beautiful. any ways here are the pics and if you live near by check it out my father and i have found many many nice teeth including nice huge great whites and the occasional meg. we ave found 4 and 5 incers around there.
first 2 pics are an aerial view and a pic heading towards the spot.

10 available
Location Craven County, North Carolina, USA

ID3688
MemberLeeCreekAddict87
Date Added6/1/2010

where the teeth were
hemi
sand tiger
mammal tooth
close but no cigar. its a shamer
great white in little puddle
all the finds
even though its chiped, it was the best shark tooth found
aerial and map of location if anyone lives nerby wants to collect there. its a good 1.5 mile walk on the beach to get to it but its worth it. many many nice big great whites have been found there. i have also found 4 and five inch megs there too.
  

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What a TER"RIC"FIC Day!!!!!!!
What a TER"RIC"FIC Day!!!!!!!
  

Comments
- 6/2/2010
Reviewer : Daryl from Maryland United States
Total Rating : 10
Very interesting. The color and condition of the teeth resemble those from GMR in Greenville, NC. Any idea as to what the formation is that those teeth eroded out of? Is that the formation in the pics? Looks like a conglomeration of stuff. Love the ground shots! Content Quality : 10 of 10

Drool Quotient : 10 of 10

Picture Quality : 10 of 10
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- 6/2/2010
Reviewer : LeeCreekAddict87 from
Total Rating : No Rating
sorry no idea what formation. i have collected there and around the area for years though. all the teeth washes ashore from the neuse river. that area there is a small section for miles of shore where fossils can be found. its only about 50-60 yards long.
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Thanks for the pics - 6/4/2010
Reviewer : DeloiVarden from South Carolina United States
Total Rating : No Rating
Great teeth and thanks for being willing to share all the details so others can have fun too.
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My ratings of your great finds - 6/4/2010
Reviewer : DeloiVarden from South Carolina United States
Total Rating : 10
I forgot to rate the first time around. Content Quality : 10 of 10

Drool Quotient : 10 of 10

Picture Quality : 10 of 10
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