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Rain...its a good thing !

With all this rain I figured I would hit a few fossil spots today. The first spot I went to is a well known spot amoung the fossil few and there were already fossil hunters on the scene. I figured I'd let em have at it and went to another spot which isn't so well known. When I arrived I saw the water was high, but figured I'd try it anyway. I managed to find two beat up Angustidens, and the usual smaller shark species teeth through most of the hunt. As I was wrapping up my hunt I spotted a Great White tooth halfway exposed out of the layer 6 inches under a fast moving stream. I quickly snapped a ground shot(well watershot) and plucked it off the bottom and saw it was pristine as well as very colorful. It is so hard to find a Great White with a root in Summerville and to find a perfect one is nearly impossible. Another successful hunt !

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Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA

Date Added9/30/2010

Colorful Summerville Great White Tooth 1-13/16 inch
Colorful Summerville Great White Tooth (Reverse)
Ground shot(Watershot) of Great White tooth as it set six inches under the stream

The tooth gods smiled upon me
The tooth gods smiled upon me
The tooth gods smiled upon me
The tooth gods smiled upon me
My boy bags his first meg!
My boy bags his first meg!

Wow! - 10/1/2010
Reviewer : Fat Boy from Maryland United States
Total Rating : 10
That GW is shaweet! Nice find, beautiful tooth. Content Quality : 10 of 10

Drool Quotient : 10 of 10

Picture Quality : 10 of 10
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