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Alligator Creek Carolina Beach NC

Alligator Creek! The name says it all…. but there’s more just off the coast from Carolina Beach, NC! Let the birds and wildlife beside the many Alligators keep us entertained and seeing the old ground “Hammocks” where the Indians once met and camped is most interesting also. A beautiful black backwater Creek to explore and enjoy awaits you. If you love nature you will love this Carolina Beach family boating adventure.

Call (910) 262-3474 For More Info!

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Mike, Michelle, and “Wrigley” enjoyed the first trip of our 2024 season yesterday in some fantastic February weather on a nice ride with some island hopping thrown in for good measure! Everyone is smiling, even Wrigley! ... See MoreSee Less

Mike, Michelle, and “Wrigley” enjoyed the first trip of our 2024 season yesterday in some fantastic February weather on a nice ride with some island hopping thrown in for good measure! Everyone is smiling, even Wrigley!Image attachmentImage attachment

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We need to bring Molly for a boat ride!

I'm sure they had a blast with you !

This is so totally true…. Read it and understand! For me a spot on revelation! ... See MoreSee Less

This is so totally true…. Read it and understand! For me a spot on revelation!

Shark Tooth Facts

Sharks produce 20,000-25,000 teeth over their lifetime.
Shark teeth don’t have roots, so they fall out easily while the shark is eating.
Sharks typically lose at least one tooth per week.
Shark teeth are arranged in conveyor belt rows and can be replaced within a day.
Most sharks have five rows of teeth; the bull shark has fifty rows of teeth.
Baby sharks (pups) are born with a complete set of teeth.
Shark teeth sizes can range from 1/8" – 3.5"or more.

1" of the mighty Megladon's tooth represents 10 feet of the actual length of the prehistoric shark.
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Shark Tooth Facts

Sharks produce 20,000-25,000 teeth over their lifetime.
Shark teeth don’t have roots, so they fall out easily while the shark is eating.
Sharks typically lose at least one tooth per week.
Shark teeth are arranged in conveyor belt rows and can be replaced within a day.
Most sharks have five rows of teeth; the bull shark has fifty rows of teeth.
Baby sharks (pups) are born with a complete set of teeth.
Shark teeth sizes can range from 1/8 – 3.5or more.

1 of the mighty Megladons tooth represents 10 feet of the actual length of the prehistoric shark.
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