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“MEGATEETH” A Short Film directed by Shelton Polka

Several years ago Shelton Polka from Savannah College of Art and Design made a short film about my diving adventures. Congrats to Shelton for winning an award for our “Megateeth” film at the Skidaway Film Festival in Savannah!  

WSAV: Interview on The Bridge News Show

On 12/13/16 I appeared on The Bridge TV show where I talked about diving for fossils and brought my Mastodon Jaw Bone.  Click below to see the video of the interview.  

The Day of the Dolphin in Savannah.

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.      

How To Find Shark Teeth – Pictorial Guide.

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 […]

Tampa Fossil Fest 1

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 […]

Tampa Fossil Fest 2

Previous Tampa Fossil Fest Once again the Tampa Fossil Fest was one of the nicest fossil shows of the year.  asked everyone pictured and the owners of the collections permission before sharing here.  if you want something removed email me at bill@megateeth.com                 […]

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 […]

Venice Shark Tooth Festival 2010

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.