South Pacific Megalodon Shark Teeth

These unique colored teeth come from the South Pacific Ocean 800 miles east of Australia, a 3-day boat ride north of a small Island called New Caledonia. They are dredged from 1000 ft. down using a scoop 2 meters wide. The boat used for this operation, the TUI 2, makes passes within a 3-mile stretch. The scoop is dragged for 30 min. It then it takes approximately 30 minutes to winch the scoop back up from 1000ft. It does approximately 5 passes in a day. They would catch approximately 15 -140 teeth per pass. The permit on this site was revoked by the French government in 2003. There will be no more coming out. Our inventory is running low so if you want one you’d better get it now.

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