An amazing weather day for Slower MD in August, temperatures in the mid 70s, breezy from the NNW, causing pounding surf (such as it is) and a lot of loss of sand on the beach.
A weird day for fossils, so much sand, so few teeth, only 9. But on of mine was this shard of enamel with serrations, a piece off a Megalodon
tooth. Also a small shark vertebra, a small complete ray chevron, and a Tilly bone.
Here's a picture of the fragalodon from the enamel side. If you click on and enlarge the picture, the weak serrations that were diagnostic.
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