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Manoman, that's a big heap of dentures!

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Awesome finds!!!! How many trips did you go on and how long, it makes me wonder how you can find so many teeth! :zzzzscratchchin:

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quite a few have some minor dings. definitely not close to all perfect.

Great stuff as always. That's more really nice pristodontus than I have in total! Haha.

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I'm foaming at the mouth, that's a nice haul!

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thanks. too bad they always look prettier wet though....

You don't have any reason to complain, they are exceptional. :wub:
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definitely not complaining, but its just a fact!

You don't have any reason to complain, they are exceptional. :wub:

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Thanks. Yes, there are a few pieces of enchodus jaw at the bottom of the last pictures. I believe that one was a lower palatine jaw section, but not with a complete tooth. Nearly impossible to find jaw sections with complete unbroken teeth here in NJ for some reason.

Very nice! Digging the red colors especially. Is that an echondus fang in the lower left of the last picture?

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thanks, for sure. but all this and no mosey!!

lol...i hear ya there! ive been on a dry streak myself, Mosasaurically speaking. There's always next time though. ;)

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Thanks. A few different Monmouth County sites.

Wow!! What a bonanza of teeth!! Where all did you go for them?

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I see a nice variety in that group. What do you consider the most unusual find?

Jess

P.S. A few weeks ago, I gave two of my little nieces each a coprolite you sent me. I didn't know how they would react after I told them what a coprolite is. At first, they were happy that the specimens were in zip-locks but then they thought they were cool. Thanks again.

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Nice finds ! I'm impressed, the Late Campanian of my departement (Charente-Maritime) in France is less rich in vertebrate. But, some species are the same that you find in your site.

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