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.
DECEMBER SHOWS Schedule Below Come see our display December 3 10am-8pm December 4 11am-4pm RiverStreet Savannah Holiday Show and Christmas Parade December 10 10:00 am – 4:00 PM Riverside Arts Market Christmas Show Under the Fuller Warren Bridge Corner of Riverside Ave and I-95 December 17,18 Unity In The Community Holiday Magic Sat […]
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 […]
2017 Shipping Information Domestic Orders We ship USPS Priority at no cost to the buyer on all domestic orders. Your domestic package should arrive in 3-4 days. We can ship orders Express (overnight in most areas inside the U.S. for $20. Call me at 912-656-2920 for details International Orders We ship USPS International First […]
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.