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Piece of a large tooth.

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Searcher78

I usually don’t keep these small teeth, but I did today.

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Searcher78

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Searcher78

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Searcher78

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hokietech96

Great teeth as always!  The detail on the small ones are awesome! Nice otodus

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Tidgy's Dad

Not bad at all for a third choice location.

Nice finds.:)

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Darktooth
47 minutes ago, Searcher78 said:

Not too great there, the water was really high.

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Then proceeds to show us like, a zillion teeth! Spoiled brat!:P

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rand95

awesome finds!

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FossilsAnonymous

Honestly, this place is never a third choice location for me. It’s spectacular 

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Searcher78
10 minutes ago, Darktooth said:

Then proceeds to show us like, a zillion teeth! Spoiled brat!:P

Lol, I am spoiled. Don’t know what I’m going to do when I move to Alabama?

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Jeffrey P

Not a bad haul for when the water is high. Douglas Point would be my first choice over those other two sites. Congratulations and thanks for sharing. 

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Searcher78
4 minutes ago, Jeffrey P said:

Not a bad haul for when the water is high. Douglas Point would be my first choice over those other two sites. Congratulations and thanks for sharing. 

I enjoy Douglas Point, but I was in the mood to find Tiger Shark teeth and Hemi’s.

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Darktooth
14 minutes ago, Searcher78 said:

Lol, I am spoiled. Don’t know what I’m going to do when I move to Alabama?

There are sharkteeth there too! Dont you worry!( But you will have to find out where because I dont know.)

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Searcher78
45 minutes ago, Darktooth said:

There are sharkteeth there too! Dont you worry!( But you will have to find out where because I dont know.)

Good, because withdrawal would cause me to dig up my own yard to find something!

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hokietech96
4 hours ago, Searcher78 said:

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Can anyone ID the third tooth down. It different then any tooth I have found at Douglas Point?   Great finds!

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FossilsAnonymous
14 hours ago, hokietech96 said:

Can anyone ID the third tooth down. It different then any tooth I have found at Douglas Point?   Great finds!

Probably a worn blade of a sand tiger with cusps worn away.

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hokietech96
1 minute ago, FossilsAnonymous said:

Probably a worn blade of a sand tiger with cusps worn away.

The blade looks to wide to be sand tiger.

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will stevenson

The last one reminds me of brachyarias lerichei but I don’t know if that occurs there

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FossilsAnonymous
18 hours ago, hokietech96 said:

The blade looks to wide to be sand tiger.

Think of some of the wider positions. Not all Sand tigers there are thin and long. 

Remember some of your sand tigers with a wide root. Then imagine the tip being worn and the cusps off.

It got me for a while too when I was used to the Makos of the Miocene

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hokietech96
6 hours ago, FossilsAnonymous said:

Think of some of the wider positions. Not all Sand tigers there are thin and long. 

Remember some of your sand tigers with a wide root. Then imagine the tip being worn and the cusps off.

It got me for a while too when I was used to the Makos of the Miocene

Great information  thanks

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