Mike and Nicholas Ernest with Nicholas's megalodon tooth
Klaus-Heinrich Schwab and his merry group with two of their finds
Grant and Grant Walker, aka father and son, with some of their finds. Above right, a three-toed or juvenile horse anklebone
A horse or ?? incisor, and right is a horse tooth, courtesy of Grant and Grant.
More horse teeth from Grant and Grant.
Baracuda tooth, courtesy of Grant & Grant.
Left is a megalodon tooth and right is a mako tooth, from...Grant and Grant.
Grant and Grant's glyptodont scute and fish ballast bone.
Kevin Wadleigh and family with their finds: A snaggletooth shark tooth, dolphin ear bone, tiger shark tooth, and an early fix-all, cure-all bottle.
If you want to search for fossils yourself, our guide service offers fossil trips into the Peace River and other areas. We are not affiliated with the Florida Museum of Natural History, but are a private guide service. Trips are by reservation, beginning at 9am until 3pm. We are located in the Ft Myers area, but conduct expeditions in areas that are a reasonable driving distance from Tampa, St Pete, Orlando, Sarasota, Naples or Ft Lauderdale.
For prices and reservations, call (239)368-3252.
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