The photo below was in the Savannah Morning News article a few months ago. It was followed in the paper by this cartoon by Savannah Morning News Cartoonist Mark Streeter.
I found this amazing 3+ inch Mako Tooth yesterday.
My name is Bill Eberlein and I am the owner of Megateeth Fossils. i founded Megateeth Fossils in 2001 and it has been a leader in offering Museum Quality Megalodon Teeth to the public ever since. The fossils on the site were found by me while diving the East Coast of the US. I starting […]
To find amazing teeth, you have to do things most people wouldn’t do. Like sit on a river bottom with no visibility for a few hours every day, EVERY DAY, 12 months out of the year. Some days are amazing and you come across the find of a lifetime like the recent Mastodon jawbone we […]
One of the most common questions about our teeth is “are they restored or natural?” Here’s a video explaining a few different types of restorations and what to look for when buying megalodon shark teeth. SPOILER ALERT: Megateeth Fossils DOES NOT SELL restored teeth, nor do we provide the service. If a tooth is polished […]
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When diving we sometimes find broken megalodon teeth, with the most common being a vertical break right down the middle. Check out some of these teeth found in the coastal rivers near Savannah, Georgia, one of them is pretty cool with a neat story.
A video done a while back by a local magazine, Richmond Hill Reflections on Bill.
You’ve seen the pics of the mastodon jawbone but wanted to make a video and discuss it a little more, as well as take a look at another kind of elephant type animal that lived in North America and right here in Georgia the gomphotherium. It really is one of the most amazing fossils I’ve […]
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 […]