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Fossil colleting trip taken on 3-26-17 by Mel


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Day three it was back to big tooth hunting and we did quite well. I ended up with three hastalis, two of which were real nice, some small chubs and an awesome odontocete tooth. Dave scored bigger chubs, some similar sixed makos and a croc tooth
.25"
Carcharocles Chubutensis

sweet posterior chubutensis shark tooth
2.06"
Carcharocles Chubutensis

Sharply serrated chubutensis shark tooth
2.06"
Carcharocles Chubutensis

chubutensis with some feeding damage
1.63"
Dolphin-Porpoise

Wow, this tooth is super cool, looks similar to some smaller dolphin type teeth I have seen just super sized. There are striations in the inside edge of this odontocete tooth. Super cool!!
2"
Isurus Hastalis

hastalis fossil shark tooth
2.38"
Isurus Hastalis

Razor sharp hstalis shark tooh
2.5"
Isurus Hastalis

Very colorful fossil hastalis shark tooth
1.13"
Mola Chelonopsis

part of an ocean going sunfish beak
.69"
Shark Vert

Fossil shark vert
1"
Shark Vert

Another shark vert