Monday, March 9, 2020


An amazing March morning, mid to upper 50's, sunny, almost windless, and the daffodils were out on the way to the beach
Without further ado, here it is, the first Megalodon tooth I've found in quite a while, or rather the best fragment of a Meg tooth. Just lying in the surf zone on Calvert Beach. I almost passed it by thinking it was just a piece of shell.

Until the Meg, this had been the best find of the day, a complete piece of ray plate, in shape of a bracket.

We did well, 31 teeth between us, mostly small to mediums.

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