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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

ID3826
MemberGreg
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
  

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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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