Bargain Megalodon Teeth

Dive Photo Blog

Every few weeks I will regularly post to show my latest Megalodon teeth finds, shark tooth fossils, and share my diving experiences.

  • Sometimes I Find Broken Megalodon Teeth June 2, 2016 Broken Megalodon Teeth

    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.

  • Video Article by Richmond Hill Reflections June 2, 2016 Video Article by Richmond Hill Reflections

    A video done a while back by a local magazine, Richmond Hill Reflections on Bill.

  • Video of Mastodon Jawbone, Teeth, and Gomphotherium Teeth May 13, 2016 Screen Shot 2016-05-13 at 4.15.15 PM

    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 ...

  • Giant Mastodon Jaw Found by Local Diver – Savannah Morning News- Savannah Now May 11, 2016 2c

    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 discovered ...

  • Ever Hear Of A Gomphotherium? May 5, 2016 Gomphotherium

    After finding a few mastodon teeth and half of a mastodon jaw recently, it was kind of neat to come across this Gomphotherium tooth. They had 4 tusks! Will have to do a longer video on this guy soon.  

  • Giant Mastodon Jaw Fragment with Two Molars. April 21, 2016 1

    From my dive today. I found it upside down and thought it was a big piece of petrified wood. I dug it out and turned it over to find it was a section from a Giant Mastodon jaw. It still has both molars.  This is one of the coolest things I have found.  

  • The Day of the Dolphin in Savannah. March 25, 2016 d005A

    A few years ago my parents visited and we spent the day on the boat and at the beach.  We had lots of visitors.                                             Going down a local River.           The day on a deserted beach!!!       Looking for Handouts.               Tybee Island                   Tybee Beach       Tybee Lighthouse  

  • How To Find Shark Teeth – Pictorial Guide. March 25, 2016 Finding Megalodon Teeth

    What you need to find Megalodon Teeth.. …SCUBA Tanks with lots of air… …Water full of Fossils (we hope)… Buoyancy Compensation Device (BCD) Regulator, Knife (To ward off modern hungry sharks), Gauges Compass, even though you can’t see it. Bright Dive Light. Equipment ready to go Drysuit (Cold Water) Fins for kicking in strong current. Tight sealed hood. High Tech Dive Gloves from the Walmart Paint ...

  • Tampa Fossil Fest 1 March 25, 2016

    2009 Tampa Fossil Fest I asked everyone’s permission before taking these photos, but if someone wants me to remove any of these, no problem. Just send me an e-mail at bill@megateeth.com. I did not include photos of the club member’s collections that were on display because I could not ask permission. They were something to see. If ...

  • Tampa Fossil Fest 2 March 25, 2016 t01x

    2010 Tampa Fossil Fest Once again the Tampa Fossil Fest was one of the nicest fossil shows of the year. Many of the dealer displays were similar to last year so I focused on the member collections when taking photos this year.These collections are amazing. These photos do not do them justice and to really appreciate ...

  • My friends Mike and Zsuzsanna took photos of a recent dive. March 24, 2016 21

    Photos from a recent dive. Thanks Mike and Zsuzsanna for the great photos an  ...

  • Coastal Courrier . People and Interests. March 24, 2016 coastalcourier

    By Lauren Hunsberger Staff writer Updated: July 8, 2009 10:31 a.m. 3 Images Name: Bill Eberlein Occupation: Instructor at Savannah Tech and Premier Systems and Training, Inc. in Savannah Hobby: Fossil hunting — specifically, megalodon teeth, fossils that experts date back two million years ago. How did you get started diving for fossils in South Georgia? “I started diving 25 years ago ...

  • CONNECT Savannah JAWS 1.0 March 24, 2016 sav_logo

      December 6, 2011 by Jim Morekis Photo by Shawn Heifert Jaws 1.0 Every week is Shark Week for fossil diver Bill Eberlein   We’re all lucky to enjoy Savannah while it’s on dry land. Throughout earth’s history, this entire region’s been underwater much longer than it’s been above it.   Bill Eberlein knows this better than most. After a successful career at Gulfstream ...

  • COLLECTOR’S GUIDE March 23, 2016 08mass

    Collector’s Guide               . I am often asked what to look for when buying a tooth? 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, size, price, restoration, shape and color. CONDITION The condition of the enamel, ...

  • Polishing a Megalodon Shark Tooth January 29, 2016 Polishing a Megalodon Shark Tooth

    Sometimes you can’t find “perfect” teeth, they have damage or are missing tips. Fixing and polishing makes them more appealing than leaving broken. Here’s a short clip on how much you can improve teeth.If a tooth is polished or ground it will ALWAYS be noted on that particular page of the site. Most teeth are ...