Identifying Shark Teeth

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Identify fossil and modern shark teeth with this guide from the Florida Museum of Natural History 's Ichthyology Division..Part 2. Identifying the Shark Species. Recognize white shark teeth by their broad, triangular shape. Identify tiger shark teeth by their short blades. Recognize bull shark teeth by their tapering serrations. Identify a lemon shark tooth by its slightly angled blade. Spot a sand tiger shark 's tooth by its narrowness..And Recent Shark Teeth. Identifying isolated fossil and modern shark teeth is not easy. The task is frustrated by the fact that tooth shape often changes with such factors as whether a specimen is from the upper or lower jaw, its position in the jaw, the age and of the shark from which it came. Following is a rough, .

A "Quick Dirty" Guide to Fossil and Recent Shark Teeth. Identifying isolated fossil and modern shark teeth is not easy. The task is frustrated by the fact that . I am getting ready to go on my first shark teeth dive in Venice, Florida next weekend. With the upcoming trip, I thought it might be good to get a handle .Prior to European contact, South Pacific islanders used serrated shark teeth as components of tools and weapons. They did this because serrated shark teeth are .First, I would like to say that shark teeth are not found exclusively at the beach. Since the ocean used to be further inland, you can also find larger, older teeth .

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