Bluffton's Aviana Stevens, 8, is shown on Wednesday with the fossilized megalodon tooth she recently discovered while searching for shark teeth along the May River with her father, Jason Stevens. A megalodon was a giant white shark that went extinct some 2 million years ago.
Bluffton's Aviana Stevens, 8, is shown on Wednesday with the fossilized megalodon tooth she recently discovered while searching for shark teeth along the May River with her father, Jason Stevens. A megalodon was a giant white shark that went extinct some 2 million years ago. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com
Bluffton's Aviana Stevens, 8, is shown on Wednesday with the fossilized megalodon tooth she recently discovered while searching for shark teeth along the May River with her father, Jason Stevens. A megalodon was a giant white shark that went extinct some 2 million years ago. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com

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