Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Shark Teeth from Florida

Shark Teeth

Tiger, Bull, Great White, Snaggletooth, Black Tip, Carcharodon Magelodon,  Lemon, Mako and Modern Bull Shark Jaw

All of the darker teeth are fossilized and are from 1.8 to 65 million years old, while the white teeth are from modern sharks.
The jawbone in the center is from a Bull Shark, and the two large dark teeth are from a long extinct species that grew over 65 feet in length.  Notice that there has been little change in the shape of these teeth even after millions of years!

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