|Megalodon Shark Teeth Collecting Adventure|
The Megalodon Shark (Carcharocles Megalodon) is believed to be the ancestor of our modern day great white shark. The size of this fish is estimated to be between 40' to 60' in length. Megalodon teeth can be from a few inches to about the size of a hand. Some Megalodon teeth are worth hundreds of dollars. You will also find the teeth of Great White, Lemon, Mako, Tiger, Sand Tiger and even some extinct shark species.
So why does this area have so many fossils? Well, conventional science says this was a prehistoric dinosaur feeding ground millions of years ago. However, that does not fit a Biblical worldview. On this trip Tec Clark will lead a devotional that brings credible theories of secular science and creation science to explain this fascinating regional phenomenon in a clear Biblical perspective.
The Megalodon Shark Teeth trip lasts approximately 5 hours. You can dive as long as your air supply safely lasts. The experienced crew will tell you where to dig, what to look and feel for, and they will identify what you bring up.
Do not use GPS or digital maps to get to this location. Click here for DIRECTIONS
FAQsWhat's it like to collect fossil sharks teeth while diving?
You simply descend, find yourself a spot on the bottom, and dig through the sand. You will be feeling around mostly as visibility is from a couple feet to ten feet depending on conditions. Since you are not moving much you can tend to get cold faster. The colder you are, the more air you will consume which shortens your dive. Best bet is to stay as warm as possible by wearing full exposure suit protection. It is fun and exciting digging up fossil teeth, you can hardly wait to bring them up, learn what you have, and show everyone!
Who can participate in this trip?
Your charter trip includes tanks and weights, but if you would like to rent gear you may do so from Reef Ministries. Just reserve your equipment during the registration process.