Shark Tooth Hunt

Trip Date: 
Sat, 05/04/2013
 
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 The Museum of Life & Science invited members of the NCFC to help out with their Shark Tooth Hunt for 3 weekends in April and early May. Twelve club members volunteered many hours of their time helping kids find and identify sharks teeth and other fossils. Four lucky diggers found the gold painted sharks teeth that won them a 4 inch Meg tooth. There are still several "gold" teeth waiting to be found! Everyone had a great time as ID guides and earth movers. Hunting in the PCS reject material was a pretty good substitute for going in the mine itself. Three train car loads of Pungo "dirt" were transferred to the Museum. It should last for several years, so head on out there and find some sharks teeth to add to your collection.

Organizers: 
Trish Kohler
 
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