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Cool finds at the beach today!




The largest is a Sand Shark,I believe. Any ideas on the others? Some were tiny!!!!

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TeresaBurke 10 years ago

Cool! Thanks! :)

Caleb Steindel
Caleb Steindel 10 years ago

fish definetely!

ForestDragon 10 years ago

These would be classified as Fish.

TeresaBurke 10 years ago

Does anyone know.... Would these be classified as 'Other' or 'Fish' ??

TeresaBurke 10 years ago

You have to be persistent and patient and have a strainer and shift through the sand. I have found some just laying there, but that is pretty rare depending on what beach you go to. The itty bitty ones were found deep in the sand. I just couldn't believe how small they were!!!!!!

MartinL 10 years ago

What an exciting field trip.
It seems that fossil teeth washed onto the beach are often 4 - 5 million years old and as sharks evolve slowly they are possibly not even extinct species.

jadelynthegreat 10 years ago

Dog claw? that could be a tusk shell. I have one, and I thought it was a bird talon until a few weeks ago!

TeresaBurke 10 years ago

We panned the shore for them.

TeresaBurke 10 years ago

Aren't they awesome? I found some and so did the kids. I couldn't believe how tiny those two were. But, apparently they are fossilized which means that they are extremely old! I wonder how old and what some are. So exciting. I found this other weird thing, someone told me it was a dog claw. But idk. Maybe I will post it to see if anyone knows. :)

jadelynthegreat 10 years ago

Shark teeth?! Amazing!

LaurenZarate 10 years ago

You are so lucky to find these! I always wanted to find shark teeth.

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Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, USA

Spotted on May 10, 2014
Submitted on May 12, 2014

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