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GMR on the 4th of July Weekend

4th of July weekend has always provided a nice window to slide in a fossiling trip and this year was no different. After our Sunday morning festivities I headed out to Greens Mill Run to see what might turn up in the screen. The day was a bit lacking in the shark tooth department but I did find a few other interesting items with a small piece of a gomphothere tooth topping the list.

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Location Green Mill Run, North Carolina, USA

Date Added7/28/2014

The very partial gomphothere tooth. I found this piece about 30ft away from where I found the half gomph tooth last year.
I got a little excited when I first saw this but quickly realized it wasn't fossilized. I have found modern isolated raccoon teeth in NJ but having a mostly complete jaw section is much cooler.
A piece of petrified wood.
I’m not normally into shells but this mold was in awesome shape.

The Best of the Run...Over 2 Months
The Best of the Run...Over 2 Months
unforseen events!
unforseen events!
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Our first GMR trip!





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