Shortly after the Edisto hunt, Jayson and Amy (Kowinsky) joined me for a day on the Cooper River. In many respects we were lucky for July, as the overcast sky and the occasional drizzle made for a cooler day than it might have been otherwise. I won’t steal any thunder from Jayson’s upcoming post, but suffice it to say that it was such fun to dive with them for the hidden secrets on the bottom of the black water river. I have included a couple of pics of my finds along with a snapshot on the boat. Our captain, Donnie Edwards, another member of the Special Friends of the Aurora Fossil Museum, found a wonderful dive spot. I have included a picture of a tooth that he found the next day. A rare tooth because of the size: C.carcharias (Great White) 2.8 inches (7.1 cm) and perfect condition (with root!)
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