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Smart Living Magazine. SHARK GEEK

Shark Geek Savannah diver Bill Eberlein’s Megalodon teeth have earned him a mega-following The first time Bill Eberlein heard about people diving for shark teeth, he thought, “Well that’s kinda dumb.” The Pennsylvania native was an experienced scuba diver, exploring ship wrecks in Lake Erie for years before moving to Savannah. He thought shark teeth […]

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Hilton Head monthly Magazine – Bill Eberlein Fossil Diver , Career at the Bottom of the Sea by Carrie Hirsch

    Bill Eberlein: Fossil Diver When changing careers means changing atmospheres by Carrie Hirsch On the fast track to success in the corporate world, Bill Eberlein earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and Economics from Penn State University, worked as an accountant and later migrated into the field of Information Technology. He moved to […]

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megateeth.com: COLLECTOR’S GUIDE- What to Look for When Purchasing a Megalodon Tooth. by Bill Eberlein

               Collector’s Guide               . I am often asked what to look for when buying a tooth? RULE #1 Always buy from a source. Since the Megalodon tooth is the most collected fossil, this guide includes information on what collectors look for when purchasing one. Collectors look for different things when shopping for teeth, including condition, […]

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Do Savannah Magazine: Savannah scuba diver/fossil hunter makes incredible finds in muddy waters of Coastal Georgia by Linda Sickler

Bill Eberlein made the discovery of a lifetime in the mud of a local riverbed when he recovered a fossilized mastodon jaw with teeth still attached. A professional diver, Eberlein will include the find July 1 and 2 in a display of fossilized shark teeth at First Friday and Saturday on River Street. “I have […]

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Savannah Morning News- Savannah Now: Giant Mastodon Jaw Found by Local Diver –

Local shark teeth diver Bill Eberlein experienced a first in his lifetime when he recently found a mastodon jaw embedded in the mud at the bottom of the Intracoastal Waterway near Richmond Hill recently. “I have been diving in coastal Georgia rivers for over 15 years for prehistoric shark teeth, but this is the first time I have […]