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Ginnie Springs,
Santa Fe River, Florida
September 27-30, 2006

photos by: Jerry Fortenberry, Rick Jacquot, Pat Cummings

Here are some specimen pics:

Juvenile gator jaw with teeth, pleistocene, 1-1.5 million years. Rick.

Large gator armor scute, pleistocene. Rick.

Riker box display with alligator material, scutes, teeth, claw cores, and skull sections. Altogether, I collected over 50 perfect scutes and over 100 scutes total. Rick.

Pelvic bone, unknown species. Rick.

Section of Bison horn core. Rick.

Glyptodont armor scute. Rick.

Glyptodonts were an armored animal similar to the giant Armadillo, they grew to the size of a small car. Like the Armadillo, they were covered with armor plates to protect them.

Glyptodont in the Smithsonian Museum, Washington, D.C.

Giant Beaver tooth, Rick.

Horse teeth, Rick.

Alligator verts. Rick.

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