Big Turtle Cove
Big Turtle Cove was discovered the last week of the 2009 field season by Stephen Floerscheimer. Much to the surprise to everyone, a seemingly shattered turtle shell, turned into a beautiful turtle shell that was almost 1 meter in diameter! While excavating around the large shell several other bones from this individual were uncovered including part of the bottom shell, neck, and lower jaw. A beautiful Eubaena cephalica skull and lower jaw were found washed up next to the shell.