Megalodon Shark teeth
My Friend Josh took these photos at the Venice Shark Tooth Festival last weekend. Everyone had a great time and there were some cool fossils on display.
My name is Carrie. I have been obsessed with Sharks since about the age of 6. I own 2 of your teeth, and just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy them. My dream is to one day swim with them and maybe be lucky enough to find just one Mega tooth!
I appreciate the message. I am obsessed with them too. I hope that you get your wishes.
my name is natalie i loooooooooove fossils so much i wish i could get every fossil for free. i have a huge collectoin. i wont care what kind of fossil it is as long as i get a fossil.i wish i went to the venice shark tooth festival i would have enjoyed every minute of it but i didnt know about it and i would have been to busy to go anyway.BYE
When is the show held.
Thanks in advance,
It will be April 8-10 . Here is a link.
hi my name is victoria and im in to mega teeth and all and i live in albermarle nc and ive been on your web sight hundreds of times and i love it and think its really cool and im going to beg my mom to take me for vacation and im only ten so hope i can make it
thanks 4 all your hard work on the website and happy sales!
This is an amazing website that I am going to share with my boyfriend. He just loves sharks and snakes. I am looking at your necklaces for him, but I know he would really like a framed picture of live sharks. I am having trouble finding something i like. Do you have any suggestions? Also, would you have any silversmiths that make necklace or other jewelry pieces including sharks teeth?
When is the next sharktoot fest or similar type events? Is there any events in the United States or Mexico?
The next fossil show is in Talahassee in January or Tampa in March. I do not have exact dates,
I have not and would not advertise it. Those devices are illegal and could get you in a lot of trouble.
I discovered this web-site through e-bay and I find it very informative. I have a 6 inch long, grey and black, perfect “Meg” tooth fossil. It’s from a phosphate pit in Florida. I bought it years ago from an older couple that were selling off their collection for retirement. I was amazed at the prices these things sell for now! I paid $125.00 for mine at a gem and mineral show here in Nashville, TN. I wish we had these kind of fossils here in Tennessee. Most of the fossils I have found over the years, working as a land surveyor, are from earlier eras. I made a latex mold of my tooth and have used it to make “Copies” of the original. I paint them to match the original. I have given them to friends and family. Thanks for the great information!
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