Gulf Coast beaches

Ranette Miller, right, and her boyfriend, David Schatz, in shadow, both of North Port, Fla., sift through sand and shells for shark's teeth at Caspersen Beach in Venice, Fla. Saving Venice's beaches from erosion puts at risk the city's claim to fame: its abundance of easily discovered shark teeth.
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( CHIP LITHERLAND, SARASOTA HERALD-TRIBUNE / March 13, 2005 )

Ranette Miller, right, and her boyfriend, David Schatz, in shadow, both of North Port, Fla., sift through sand and shells for shark's teeth at Caspersen Beach in Venice, Fla. Saving Venice's beaches from erosion puts at risk the city's claim to fame: its abundance of easily discovered shark teeth.

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