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Photo: Florida West SCUBA & Charters Divers show off their recent finds after searching for shark teeth... Divers show off their recent finds after searching for shark teeth in the Gulf of Mexico with Florida West Scuba. Photo: Florida West SCUBA & Charters Divers show off their recent finds after searching for shark teeth... Ancient shipwreck discovered near Aeolian Islands Page 1 of 1 Gulf divers scouring the seabed http://lusaraneeet.skyrock.com/3232919589-Kim-Kardashian-Shares-North-West-s-First-Steps-San-Diego-California.html for the teeth of the ancient and extinct megalodon shark http://griffithtxtm.blogs.experienceproject.com have released photos of their successful search showing teeth from sharks that are thought to have lived between 2 million and 20 million years ago. Eco-Photo Explorerstravel the world doing expedition dives for research projects. This time they dove off Venice, Florida, on the hunt for signs of this prehistoric predator. "It is very murky, one or two foot visibility, and that can drop to zero once you start looking for the teeth," said diver Michael Salvarezza. He and colleague Christopher Weaver went down with the instructions, "Touch everything, go slow, keep your focus and if you are in doubt, bring it up and we'll have a look." It did not take long for the expert divers to find their first fossil, thought to be from the legendary sharks. "The first tooth that I found was pretty much laying on the surface.