A year and a half ago I was having a cold spell. Literally cold since it was in the middle of January. I dove three days and found nothing at all. Then I found a nice 5″ tooth and put it in my bag. I felt really good because it was like the end of […]
I found several Megalodon Teeth the other day. Most are over 4″ and three are in top condition. All three have super sharp serrations. The visibility is still very good and I found a few of these on sight. It was a good day of diving.
I found seven Megalodon Shark Teeth yesterday. The nicest was just over 4″ and the second nicest was over 5″. Both have sharp serrations and tip. The visibility was better than usual because of slower moving tides. The 5-1/4″ tooth was just laying there mostly exposed. I was sure the part of the root that […]
In two dives I found a lot of fossils but nothing too nice. I found some whale ear bones and whale teeth. Most of the Megs were broken. The best tooth was a 4-3/4″ tooth with a little enamel missing.
I made two dives and on my first dive I did not find anything. On the second dive I came across the three nice teeth in the last two photos. All have some super sharp serrations and nice enamel. The mako tooth is just over 2.5″ teeth. It was a pretty good day.
I was diving and not finding much so I started drifting downriver. There was nothing but sand and I dropped into a spot with a bunch of bones and teeth. The nicest find of the day is the wide upper principal jet-black 5.5″ tooth in the second and third photos.
I am a little behind posting my finds. I found one nice tooth and a larger one on 4/17. The larger one is over 5″ and the nicer one is over 4″. This is when I moved my boat to a new spot where I could find the 6.92″ tooth in my previous post.
Renz, M. (2002). Megalodon Hunting the Hunter. Lehigh Acres, FL: Paleo Press. Back in 2001 when Mark Renz was writing Hunting the Hunter he asked me to write two sections on Diving for Megalodon Teeth for his new book. You can read what I wrote for Hunting The Hunter below. It is […]