The visibility was zero today but I still did really well. The large tooth in the top center measures 6″. The last one is over 5″ and in awesome condition. The jet-black enamel is in top condition and the serrations are sharp and complete.
The vis was absolute zero but sometimes that makes me slow down and dig more. I found all of these in 50 feet of water while digging through the mud. The large Megalodon tooth is 5.9″, but the 5″ lower Meg Tooth is the nicest of the day.
I only did one dive yesterday but I did pretty well. These are the best from the day. The larger one measures almost 5-3/4 and the smaller two are just under 4″. The smaller ones have pretty sharp tips and serration.
I am about to head out now for a dive and thought I would post these Megalodon Shark Teeth photos before I went. I only did one dive yesterday but I did pretty well. These are the best from the day. The larger one measures almost 5-3/4 and the smaller two are just under 4″. […]
This is one of my nicer recent finds. The enamel has a lot of color and the serrations are very sharp. More photos here: http://www.megateeth.com/product.php?name=k9033
Today I found two teeth measuring over 6″. One was 6.2″ and the other 6.15″. Both have enamel peel but it has been 6 months since I found two 6″+ teeth in the same day. The tooth sitting next to the large teeth is 4.5″.
I spent the weekend in Hilton Head so I have been dying to get back in the water. I had very strong currents and absolute zero vis. That always makes me slow down and dig more. It seems I usually do better finding Megalodon Teeth in zero vis than when I have a few inches […]
My best find recently is this nearly flawless 5.6″ Jet-Black pyritized Meg tooth.