We Found RARE 30 Million Year Old Shark Teeth Over 100 Miles Away From The Ocean!

Imagine being over 100 miles away from the present-day coastline and finding fossil shark teeth! That's what we're doing in this video, in an inland creek. This area of Florida was underwater around 30 million years ago! The bottom of the creek has exposed a clay sediment, which is the ancient ocean floor. This clay holds some extremely well preserved fossil shark teeth. The clay was the perfect place for preservation. The teeth here have some incredibly beautiful colors. We find some species that are rare to Florida, such as the Sand Tiger Shark and Angustidens - The ancestor to the Megalodon!

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I am a Fossil Hunter, Rockhound, Antique Bottle Hunter, Treasure Hunter, and Songwriter! I take my camera on all my Treasure Hunting adventures so I can take y'all out in the great outdoors with me! We are lucky to call this incredible planet home, where a wealth of historic and prehistoric treasures await to be found. Thanks for checking out my content. Hope you enjoy!

Gainesville, FL

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