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New Shark Teeth Fossils on Lowcountry Geologic
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Posted by: host 6/22/2013
We added some prime fossil shark teeth to the site today, including 2 three inch makos, some very nice Harleyville auriculatus, and some of the best Isurus desori Oligocene makos and Giant Threshers we have ever offered. We also put up some nice smaller megalodon teeth from a land site in Beaufort County, South Carolina. They are really well preserved and are sharply serrated. Finally, we included some nice Great White Shark teeth to the update.

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