PHOTOS: Shark teeth found in Huntingtown creek

WASHINGTON — The Maryland Department of National Resources shared photos of shark teeth found in a Huntingtown creek in Maryland on Monday.

The department shared the photos on their Facebook page, explaining that the teeth emerged as a result of heavy rains this weekend.

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources shared photos of shark teeth found in a Huntingtown creek Monday. (Courtesy Maryland Department of Natural Resources)
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources shared photos of shark teeth found in a Huntingtown creek Monday. (Courtesy Maryland Department of Natural Resources) (Courtesy Maryland Department of Natural Resources)
The department said the teeth likely traveled into the creek after heavy rains over the weekend. (Courtesy Maryland Department of Natural Resources) (Courtesy Maryland Department of Natural Resources)
The discovery comes in the midst of Discovery Channel's popular series, "Shark Week." (Courtesy Maryland Department of Natural Resources)
The discovery comes in the midst of Discovery Channel’s popular series, “Shark Week.” (Courtesy Maryland Department of Natural Resources) (Courtesy Maryland Department of Natural Resources)
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The Maryland Department of Natural Resources shared photos of shark teeth found in a Huntingtown creek Monday. (Courtesy Maryland Department of Natural Resources)
The discovery comes in the midst of Discovery Channel's popular series, "Shark Week." (Courtesy Maryland Department of Natural Resources)


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