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Fossil colleting trip taken on 3-21-17 by Mel


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I had just gotten back from Bakersfield a few days earlier and hadn't been to the beach on over a week. When I got there it was a sloppy mess, deep mucky sand and oozing clay all over the place. Much have been some pretty good rain while I was away. I hunted for a good bit of time today because I tore it up. No huge megs but the quality of the megs and makos that I found were amazing. What an incredible day, you don't have them like this to often
3.81"
Carcharocles Megalodon

WOW, this megalodon shark tooth is amazing it is hard to get them much better than this, bigger yes, better difficult. The serrations on this thing are razor sharp. What a awesome tooth
3.81"
Carcharocles Megalodon

Another killer razor sharp megalodon shark tooth. This super sweet posterior tooth measuers 1.5" on the slant and is 1.88" wide. This tooth is just super cool
4.13"
Carcharocles Megalodon

Shame this megalodon tooth got a case of the funk, still has a sweet color
2.75"
Crab

nice miocene crab
2.38"
Isurus Hastalis

Super sick razor sharp lower hastalis tooth
2.69"
Isurus Hastalis

This hastalis shark tooth is just sick, look at the condition of this beast of a tooth. what a great find
1.06"
Unknown Shark

Not quite sure what this Miocene shark tooth directly out of the eastover formation is from, perhaps lamna nasus?