FAQ - What are the Best Beaches to Find Shark Teeth in Florida?

Question: We want to visit a Florida beach where we can find fossilized shark's teeth. Can you recommend a beach?


The best beaches to find shark's teeth in Florida are on the southwest Gulf coast.

Here are the top beaches for shark's teeth:

Manasota Key beaches, including Blind Pass beach, Englewood Beach and Stump Pass State Park beach.

Venice Beach and Caspersen Beach

Palm Island, Don Pedro Island, & Little Gasparilla Island beaches

These beaches not only have fossilized shark's teeth, but many other kinds of fossil fragments as well.

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