Hunt for Sharks’ Teeth on the Beach in the “Shark Tooth Capital of the World.”
Prehistoric sharks’ teeth of all types and sizes can often be found washed up on beaches in Venice, Florida. Fossilized shark teeth are distinctly triangular with one long point and two shorter points at the thicker base. Caspersen and Venice Beach located Venice, Florida, is known as the “Shark Tooth Capital of the World.” Head to the beach with a plastic sand sieve and a little patience, and you’re most likely to be rewarded with a prehistoric shark’s tooth of your own—now that’s a souvenir!
Read our blog article about Venice and Sarasota area beaches.
Venice Beach is located at the end of West Venice Avenue at 101 The Esplanade, Venice, Florida. Get Directions Venice Beach Map
Caspersen Beach is located South of Venice Airport at 4100 Harbor Drive, Venice, Florida. Get Directions Caspersen Beach Map