Shark tooth Hunting in Marion, South Carolina

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Although far from the present day ocean this corn field in Marion, South Carolina is full of sharkteeth from the time of the dinosaur.

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Brenick Andrew : Hey ray, what will ur next vid be about

Mike Terry : Awesome video, Ray! I'm in Mt Pleasant, SC!

Johnny Mak : good stuff ray -- you seem quite experienced at identifying fossil parts being able to spot a vertebra so easily~

John D Robinson electronic drums : a very informative video, friend!

Ever Inward : Cool Ray, nice fossil finds!

Teddles Peddles : Should've went up n down the canal banks, better luck there. 🦂

fr0z3nfury009 : great video! this is very awesome! and the scenery is great! and very informative! :) great work! :D

Erin Elizabeth Barker : How fun :-) We live on a mountain where we have found lots of interesting fossils and artifacts. Amazing the things you find if you just look.

Peter Mueller Tunes : Wow! great video! very interesting to me, best wishes, Pete,

Foreversinging5 : So great to see a new vid from you Ray! Wow, such interesting facts my dear friend! Liked :D Have a wonderful weekend!

Ernest Kwok : Nice and interesting vid, thanks Ray, have a wonderful weekend 😊

Mamsell Proust Vintage Studio : Very interesting and informative video! Thank you for sharing this

Brenick Andrew : Hey ray, what will ur next vid be about

Wilson M Samuel : Very interesting! Cheers

Steve Harris : This looks interesting to me I am subbing your channel!!!)))

Nienke Visser : nice! would that i could find stuff like that on a corn field in the netherlands

JimmyFungus : I prefer hunting fossils rather than hunting real dinosaurs or sharks. It's much calmer and more serene.

patrizia piccirilli : Wonderful video, my friend. I really liked it! :))))) 👍17

max washington songs : Interesting video, Ray! Enjoyed it :))

Steve Ross : Ray, this is so cool. You are bringing back some great memories. When I was living in the Dallas, Fort Worth area in my much younger days, I did a lot of fossil hunting. Mainly Cretaceous limestone formations in the area with lots of Ammonite and Echinoderms, Sea Urchins, starfish. I have always been fascinated by the fossil records and geology of the local areas where I live. Thanks for doing this. It is a lot of fun to watch. Seems like our interests are not confine to just music. Very cool my friend.

macky@piano♪♪(まっきぃ) : Very interesting.Nice movie!:)

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