Shark tooth hunting in the Lowcountry
Last week, I had some family come in town to visit. We always do the usual - pool, beach, fishing, and checking out Downtown Charleston and other area sightseeing. This time I wanted to take them on a new adventure.
We decided to book a 2 hour charter with Flood Tide Charters with Captain Brian Garris to go searching for some shark's teeth.
We looked for a good time to hit low tide and met with Capt. Brian one evening. He took us to a great spot and we spent some time beach-combing through the shoreline for shark's teeth. It was some great family time for both kids and the adults!
At the end of the evening, we probably found between 30-40 sharks teeth. Mostly tiny ones, but some a little bigger. Identification on some of the ones we found were from Augustidens (could be dated back to 22-30 million years) and some mako teeth.
Another great adventure in the Lowcountry!
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