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I found an article online from 1996 that cites Point No Beach as a place that you can find fossil sharks teeth. Can anyone confirm this? I'm in Portland, OR - so I wouldn't want to make the trip if it's a dud. Otherwise - does anyone know of any areas in the PNW where shark teeth can be easily found?

 

Thanks in advance - 

 

Patrick

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Fossildude19

Patrick, 

 

This link has some very old information, (sites may no longer exist or may be buried, or otherwise inaccessible.) but may be a jumping point for some research for you. ;) 

Good luck.  :) 

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On 4/6/2018 at 12:34 PM, turf1600 said:

I found an article online from 1996 that cites Point No Beach as a place that you can find fossil sharks teeth. Can anyone confirm this? I'm in Portland, OR - so I wouldn't want to make the trip if it's a dud. Otherwise - does anyone know of any areas in the PNW where shark teeth can be easily found?

 

Thanks in advance - 

 

Patrick

 

I don't know of any sites in Washington where shark teeth are easily found - only heard of a few where they are uncommon.  

 

You should buy this book to start your earch for PNW teeth:

 

https://www.amazon.com/Oregon-Fossils-Second-Elizabeth-Orr/dp/0870715739

 

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