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BlueEyedFloozy

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Collected a few teefs from Lesnes Abbey Wood in SE London on Monday. Lovely peaceful spot to relax in! I presume they're sand tiger sharks but would like confirmation. Only my second time looking for Tertiary fossils; I'm usually an ammonite woman but I love finding these!

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Is it possible to put less of the teeth in one photo and a photo in focus please. Quite difficult when photo is fuzzy.

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There’s a great little guide to Abbey Wood fossils online. Here’s a link:
http://www.trg.org/downloads/fossils%20of%20abbey%20wood.pdf

It’s my nearest locality. With a good eye and a sieve you can find smaller snark teeth and fish teeth and vertebrae.

Sam
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Is it possible to put less of the teeth in one photo and a photo in focus please. Quite difficult when photo is fuzzy.

Thanks


This is what I get for taking pics without my glasses on! I'll hunt out the Nikon and get some better pics for you tonight.
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There’s a great little guide to Abbey Wood fossils online. Here’s a link:
http://www.trg.org/downloads/fossils%20of%20abbey%20wood.pdf

It’s my nearest locality. With a good eye and a sieve you can find smaller snark teeth and fish teeth and vertebrae.

Sam


Ooh thanks. We tried sieves but I think our meshes weren't the right size so we'll be going back next time I'm down there with better equipment. I did get some very little teeth but no complete ones. It's a lovely little spot!
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DSC_0899 (2).jpg  DSC_0900 (2).jpg  DSC_0901 (2).jpg  DSC_0902 (2).jpg  DSC_0903 (2).jpg  DSC_0904 (2).jpg  DSC_0905 (2).jpg  DSC_0906 (2).jpg  The last two pictures are of the teeth I picked up from Beltinge beach, just below Reculver Drive.

Thanks 😉

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