What an amazing way to ring in the new year ! The Hurley family‘s first fossil hunting trip ! The massive Meg’s were monster Sharks. The first showed up about 20 million years ago, (Carchadon megalodon) was what we think was the largest meat eating fish that ever lived ! Scientists can guess the sharks size by the size of the teeth and spine. These massive sharks were estimated to grow up to 45-60 feet long! and weigh up to 50 to 70 tons ! With 46 rows of teeth and a mouth up to seven feet wide they must have had one heck of a bite ! It is believed that the Megladons breeding ground was in our own South Carolina waters ! Hilton Head Island‘s local waterways offers some of the best sharks tooth hunting in the world!…
The Sharks teeth we find in our Hilton Head waters are fossilized and range from 10,000 to 20 million years old! we have some of the best shelling, fossil hunting and Sharks tooth hunting on the east coast ! come see if you can find a giant sharks tooth!
Check out these amazing Sharks teeth we found on yesterdays fossil hunt ! some giant mako, tiger, sand tiger and thresher shark teeth ! we also found some fossilized horse and alligator teeth. ! these sharks teeth hunting trips are turning out to be the most popular adventures this summer!
Unreal Giant Magladon tooth found near Hilton Head. We have pent our live searching Hilton Head and surrounding waters for these giant sharks teeth ! its become the best new activity on Hilton Head ! Go to Native Son Adventures on Trip Advisor to read about some of our unforgettable adventures! Come hunt for Sharks teeth , fossils, arrow heads.
Megaladon sharks teeth and endless shells ! what a day we had yesterday ! we keep exploring Hilton Heads surrounding waters and finding new amazing honey holes !
One of our favorite trips is A Day With A Native Trip ! really following the story Hilton Heads beautiful nature offers us. This trip we went through Hilton Heads backwater’s behind Daufuskie Island to Savannah River where we beach comb for giant SHARKS TEETH, AMAZING SHELLS AND ANCIENT FOSSIL’S. The Savannah River is the east coast’s largest shipping channel . So for the Dolphins its like a Kelly Slaters Wave pool ! they surf the bow wakes for hours upon hours playing and jumping ! I can’t wait to go again ! See you in the water soon!