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With his dad’s help the boy heartily scoops sand and shells from the water’s edge letting the water and sand drain from the sieved basket.Young boy finds shark teeth treasures The boy inspects the catch, sifting through the shells. ” as he proudly bounces up and down holding within the palm of his tiny hand - a small black sharks tooth.

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ks It’s a picture perfect morning on Southwest Florida’s Venice beach, as the cloudless royal blue sky meets the far off horizon.In the beginning God made a perfect world for man to live in, but our sin brought death and suffering into the world.In the days of Noah, the sin of man was so great that God judged the world by sending a global flood to destroy both man and beast.The emerald-green Gulf of Mexico gently laps onto the sandy shoreline, and a few barefooted beachcombers are off in the distance.Family looking for shark teeth A young boy, along with his mother and father, are stooped over searching for something on the beach.New Caledonia is an island that lies in the SW Pacific Ocean about 750 miles east of Australia.

Starting in the 1950’s large numbers of Megalodon teeth were dredged up by locals from the deep slopes of a reef surrounding the island.

Ten million years ago, when Florida was submerged under water, the area was teeming with sharks.

The stark, barren landscape of Banks Island in Canada has yielded an unexpected find — more than 8,000 shark teeth that date back millions of years, and have now been described in a study.

The claim of Megalodon teeth dating between 11,000 and 24,000 years old being dredged up around this island is frequent fodder for conspiracy theory websites and has been repeatedly mentioned in the comments on our Facebook page.

It even got air play from the Discovery Channel during their fake Megalodon documentaries and in blog posts promoting them.

These teeth are heavily worn, having been eroded and reworked out of a what we now know are Miocene aged rock formations.