What a come down from yesterday's nice weather. Today it was 36 F, blowing 15-20 kts from the due north, and occasionally spitting a little sleet or snow.
The tide was on the way up, but we had enough beach to get up to the clay boulders in front of the big downed tree
Not the best day ever, I did spot this lovely, sharp Snaggletooth laying in the sand
A little later, I found a second, unfortunately missing the very tip, in the surf. Overall, though, only 7 teeth, a nice little ray chevron
and a tiny Ecphora
mostly intact. Georgia did find another ray dermal scute
to match the one I found yesterday.
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