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Fossil colleting trip taken on 4-3-16 by Mel


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The wind was howling all night so I had to get out and collect. I walked the entire beach and had not much of crap to chow for it. Was about halfway back when I saw a bit on enamel and root sticking out of the sand. I slowly brushed the sand away to find a razor sharp megalodon just under five inches, I was stoked. Took a few more steps and found the giant thresher
1.5"
Alopias Grandis

Giant thresher shark tooth
.88"
Carcharocles Megalodon

little megalodon tooth
1.63"
Carcharocles Megalodon

Megalodon with some feeding damage
4.88"
Carcharocles Megalodon

Really nice, razor serrated fossil megalodon shark tooth. This tooth is quite thick for its size and has some interesting white discoloration out on the edges. Typically teeth from this layer do not have that