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Found 18 results

  1. Whale Tooth 01

    From the album Sharks and their prey ....

    Most likely sperm whale teeth sifted from dredge deposits. Physeteroidea indet.
  2. Hi There, I have a few collecting vices (?) but bottles and bivalves are sadly not on that list. Up for grabs is a GPR bottle, which has lost some of its purple color and was made in a mold. Soon after the turn of the century 1920's - ish ? No breaks. Someone correct me if I'm wrong. I didn't say that I haven't owned several bottles in the past har har ... The bivalve is something I'm assuming is fairly common and possibly still an extant species but it is both halves. I see these occasionally so if you want more just give me a PM and I'll keep an eye out. Both of these were found either in the Savannah river mud or washing out from dredged material. Pliocene - Pleistocene Nothing in return just a wave and a smile. Cheers, Brett
  3. Hello Everyone, I've been busy with the kayak and doing some hiking to boot. Funny thing is .. you never know what you are going to just walk right up on sitting pretty after a low tide falls away. 3 mile-ish hike there and back with three miles of paddling .... (this guy was lying in the middle of it) Probably has been buried under the soft sand waiting just beneath the surface. Just shy of 6 inches I love it .. warts and all. In situ ... In hand .. Some really great Carcharhinus teeth lately ... they haven't been jet black either which is a nice change. I've got a few that I haven't scanned yet but they were almost white .. some with caramel colors. My favorite finds so far. 'cuspidata' ? ... Pliocene perhaps ... ? I'm never quite sure with these. Mastodon molar bit .... The weather has been particularly nice lately with a swift breeze and lower humidity. It can literally feel like a desert out there. Hot as heck ! Not everyone survives ..... Cheers, Brett
  4. Small rodent humerus ? Savannah, Georgia

    Hello, I have what I think is a small humerus from a rodent of some kind ? This is dredge material so it can range from Pliocene to Pleistocene. Was curious if it was possible to determine the type of rodent. I'm assuming it's too small for a capybara type of animal. @MarcoSr does this resemble anything you have seen ? Cheers, Brett
  5. Carcharias cuspidata 01

    From the album Sharks and their prey ....

    Carcharias cuspidata Savannah, GA
  6. Carcharodon hastalis 02

    From the album Sharks and their prey ....

    Carcharodon hastalis Savannah, GA
  7. Hi there, Well, I bought my first kayak a week ago and hauled it out onto the river for the first time on Friday. Suffice to say I am glad I planned my trip out with the tide and back 'in' with the tide. The river apparently runs at a good clip, and I also was reminded that the brain will play funny tricks on you when you are moving in a current and don't have good nearby landmarks for reference. I was convinced that a dredge across the river was moving upstream as I was furiously paddling to overtake the slow moving beast and make it to the far shore. The guys on the dredge must've had some quizzical looks on their faces ... and a good chuckle ? I did eventually fall downstream to the opposite bank sans current and realize that the dredge was firmly planted the whole time. haha The 1.5 mile-ish paddle only took 30-40 min going out. I hiked for quite a bit on the banks before I found a promising exposure. The layers were quite interesting, these clay balls accumulating and actively being created on the river banks were cool looking in the wall. I did eventually find what I was looking for ... mind you .. I must have been practically standing on this Meg the first time I passed the exposure. I only found it two hours later on my way back .. just sitting there in the sand. A few of the teeth and a fish vert that I kept ..
  8. Wondering what the shark teeth experts think of these. Found on man-made dredge island in Savannah River. I'm thinking A is great white and. B might be a bull shark, but am not positive and don't have guesses about the others. Thanks!
  9. Partial Megalodon?

    Found this buried in the sand on a man-made dredge island in the middle of the Savannah River. Guy I was with said it was a partial megalodon... what say you all?
  10. Hi all! Found this while hunting for shark teeth (posting later) - looks like either a tooth or tusk or....? It bears noting this was found on a man-made island from dredge from the savannah river.
  11. A Short Trip ... to the Movie Theater ?

    Hello everyone .... sometimes shark teeth turn up in the most unusual places. My son and I went out for a movie at the local AMC theater in Savannah, GA to see Peter Rabbit. While we waited for our ride my son and I tooled around the parking lot picking up the usual suspects ... rocks and acorns oh my ! He commented about the large oyster shells in the mix and I said .. yeah, oyster shells can be pretty common and cheap, they dredge them up from the bottom of the ocean. Look, see these quartz pebbles they come from the same spot. Wait ----> is that a shark tooth ? Yep. Bleached by the sun .. staring right at me. All cleaned up ....
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