Shark Tooth Hunting on the Carolina Coast


This is a basic guide on how to find and identify fossil shark teeth from the coast of the Carolinas. It offers the basic information novices need to get started hunting fossil shark teeth and features an easy-to-use reference section that will allow for speedy identification of species commonly found on the coasts of North and South Carolina.

Table of Contents:

What Are Fossil Shark Teeth? Fossilization, Fossil Formations

How to Find Shark Teeth Beach Renourishment, Beach Zones, Times and Conditions, Weather, Moon Phases, Tools

Where to Find Shark Teeth North Carolina: Outer Banks, Emerald Isle, Hammocks Beach State Park, Onslow Beach, Topsail Island, Wrightsville Beach and Points South
South Carolina: The Grand Strand, Cherry Grove, Georgetown and Points South, Edisto Island

How to Identify Shark Teeth Common Shark-Tooth Species Found on Carolina Beaches: Blacktip, Corax, Mackerel, Lemon, Sand Tiger, Tiger, Bull, Dusky, Hammerhead, Great White, Mako, Megalodon, Snaggletooth
Rare Shark-Tooth Species Found on Carolina Beaches: Extinct Tiger, Cow, Extinct Great White Species

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