JohnJ

February 2017 Finds Of The Month

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My first entry ever here. I know shark teeth are, generally speaking, common fossils to find. This tooth, however, has been a dream find of mine almost since I began fossil hunting. 

 

Found Feb. 28th 2017

Carcharocles angustidens

Oligocene era. 

Ashley Formation,

Charleston SC

4" 

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Nice find. ;)  

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That tooth is getting my vote!:drool:

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