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Hey Chuck Norris, Here Comes BRFC !!

We had a special visit from the Phat Boyz to participate in the harvesting of as many fossil shark teeth as Norris-ly possible, if that is possible at all…stay tuned…more to come on that in the future…As for the collecting, we hit the same area of the river as last weekend and found more productive gravel beds. We didn’t really collect; the teeth just jumped into our peachy bags at of shear fear of being grasped by the mighty clutches of BRFC serrated brethren…The PB struck first with a spear point and a nice P. Benedini. Myself and my 4 collecting hands (the mini and micro Fossz) fanned on some thick gravel beds and landed several nice angys, a squalodon tooth, a horse tooth, and loads of other shark teeth. This spot was loaded…we bagged a partial sloth tooth, fish centrum and some nice sawfish teeth. Around the river’s prime hour; DW, Weezling and Megamouth made their way down river creating a human dam of Hoover-esque proportions (whose structural columns are only rivaled in strength by Chuck Norris’ quadriceps). Weezling continued his relentless pursuit of flawless angys while father joyfully watched. MM was in his center location filling his bag up as well. Many happy collectors exited the river that day to enjoy victory Moes!

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Location Colleton County, South Carolina, USA

ID3961
Memberda fossz
Date Added7/11/2011

Another enormous haul from the river. Got a nice scraper too!
  

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2-3/8" Squaldon tooth
2-3/8" Squaldon tooth
2-1/4" Meg
2-1/4" Meg
  

Comments
- 7/11/2011
Reviewer : weezling from
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Wow three major river goers posting on the same day that"s odd
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that was a fun day! - 7/12/2011
Reviewer : dw from Summerville South Carolina United States
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chuck norris knows what happened to megalodon
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- 7/12/2011
Reviewer : da fossz from
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Of course he does...the first time he swam in ocean...during the mid to late Pliocene, his precense caused all Meg teeth to fall out instatnly as Chuck was the top predator...Meg starved to death!
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- 7/16/2011
Reviewer : sg9 from Maryland United States
Total Rating : 10
Chuck knows, but he ain't tellin' Content Quality : 10 of 10

Drool Quotient : 10 of 10

Picture Quality : 10 of 10
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