a.k.a. PCS Phosphate Mine or Lee Creek
This Pliocene period locality has yielded unbelievable quantities of fossil sharks teeth. Size, color and pristine preservation separate these from teeth you might find anywhere else. These teeth along with other fossils of whales, dolphins, seals, birds, and countless shells has made this a favorite site for over 25 years in the DVPS. For more information on Aurora please visit the folllowing website http://www.elasmo.com/
Slideshow of the collection site.
Can you see the shark teeth? This is what you are looking for at this site.
|Links to other DVPS Field Trip pages|
|18 Mile Creek, NY|
|St. Clair, PA|
|Ontario Province, Canada|
|Red Hill, PA|
|Little Falls, NY|
|Deer Lake, PA|
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