Bill Eberlein: Fossil Diver When Changing Careers Means Changing Atmospheres by Carrie Hirsch On the fast track to success in the corporate world, Bill Eberlein earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and Economics from Penn State University, worked as an accountant and later migrated into the field of […]
I found this amazing 3+ inch Mako Tooth yesterday.
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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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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.
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 […]
Richmond Hill Reflections Prehistoric Prizes – Diving in our Rivers Jul 20th, 2011 by Christine Lucas Photos by Shawn Heifert Those of you stirred up by the latest of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise might associate treasure with tall ships, exotic waters and devastatingly handsome Johnny Depp wearing […]
Megalodon teeth from today’s dives. 3 of them are over 5 inches long. I also found this prehistoric walrus tusk diving today. I could not see anything but could feel the little ridges on it. That along with the weight told me what it was. I was glad to see […]
London Times Sunday 20 OCT 2002 Edition 7GV Page Culture 53 Jaws of prehistory; My best buy; Interview; Steve Britton; Doors by JAMES KNIGHT Steve Britton, 39, a fossil collector from Devon, explains to James Knight how the web feeds his passion for sharks’ teeth millions of years old ‘When […]