My family went on a white water tubing trip in Harpers Ferry, WV. The bag fell in the rapids. When we got home the “rock” was in the bag.
Fossil Collector: COHara
Location: Harpers Ferry, West Virginia
Editor’s Note: Given that it was a tubing trip, we are glad that you only pulled this tooth out of the bag. We will resort to an emoticon for that statement This is half of what is likely a fossil Carcharodon megalodon shark tooth. Accidentally finding its way into your bag is a remarkable bit of luck. ]
Found under a mountain near Buffalo Creek and Rum Creek Elevation 2500-2800 found by coal miner.
Fossil Collector: Ruandsue
Location: West Virginia
[Huge fossil! Possibly a species of lepidodendron or scale tree which were abundant in the Pennsylvanian Period. Can anyone tell us the particular species?]