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The best part about the beach? The sun, the sand, the crashing waves, and finding some amazing seashells. What’s even more exciting is when you can find a shark tooth or two. Local shark tooth hunting expert, Blakely Roof, tells Nora Battle of Visit Myrtle Beach a few key things about finding sharks teeth.
Many people just pick up something and because its black, they assume it is a shark tooth. Well, how do you know if it actually is? The best way to know if it is one is if there are ridges in the top from the gums and if it hard to break.
Blakely tells Nora she personally finds sharks teeth in central Myrtle Beach between 50th Avenue North and 10th Avenue South. But hunting sharks teeth isn’t just luck most of the time. It takes patience.
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