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WILL Dr. W. B. Carpenter kindly tell us where in “South America” are the “coprolite diggings” from which he had “just seen a collection of sharks' teeth”? I am aware that at Bull River, South Carolina, North America, are vast deposits of “coprolites” (almost identical in character with those of our Suffolk Cray), which are largely imported into England from the United States. Of these Bull River sharks' teeth, &c., I have had many specimens.

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