Friday, August 30, 2019

Another Beach Report, 8/30/19

About as perfect a day as you can get in August. Temperatures in the high 70s to low 80s, a slight southern breeze, nearly cloudless blue skies and a decent low tide.
People from the Morgan State lab (PEARL) out on the last day of their twice monthly crab survey. I used to occasionally do this, in the same boat), when I worked for the Academy of Natural Sciences (now a division of Drexel University). One of the longest running biological sampling projects in the Bay.
 A really nice White Shark lower tooth, 1.5 inches on the slant measurement. It easily replaced the year's best so far on the kitchen window sill.

A summary picture. The white shark, two nice Snaggletooths, and a decent but broken Crocodile tooth. Georgia found the two Snaggles.
Then shortly afterwards, I stumbled on this decent, if somewhat worn, White Shark upper tooth.

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