Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Beach Report 7/21/20

We've been avoiding the beach the last few days because it's been so bloody hot and humid, but today, the prospect of a light onshore breeze, and temperatures slightly lower than 90 convinced us to drive down to the beach, and do our walk from there.
Social distancing not a problem for the most part, but there were a few people out on the beach
It was near low tide and rising, and we got a lot of teeth (45), including this shamer White Shark (hastalis) tooth, and a variety of other fossils, including sting ray barbs, mouth plates, and a scute, a drum's tooth, a porgy tooth, a piece of a crocodile tooth, two crab claws and this giant Tilly bone.

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