This site is a photographic museum of quality prehistoric sharks teeth & other fossils found in Venice, Florida.
With the exception of the megalodon tooth above (which has been cleaned),
all other fossils on this site are in exactly the same condition as they were found.
Also, everything on this site was found while scuba diving off the coast of Venice, Florida,
with the exception of the great white sharks teeth which are being shown for comparative purposes.
Above: Fossilized bull sharks teeth, modern great white sharks teeth, and extinct megalodon teeth (2 to 35 million years old).
Below: Megalodon teeth and various fossilized mammoth, whale, horse, camel, sloth and bison teeth. Also, fossilized vertebrae and mammoth tusk.
The above 50 caliber cartridges and bullets were found off of Venice Beach as well.
Each cartridge is stamped 1942 or 1943. During World War II, pilots trained at
the Venice Airport prior to being deployed to either Europe or The Pacific for Aerial Combat.
Little could they have known at that time that the people who would later launch
the worst terrorist attack (i.e 9-11) on United States soil would themselves learn to fly at that very same airport.