Preservation of shark jaws. Why is it so important? Around 13 years of age, my fascination with sharks became more intense when I moved to Australia. I would look at

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After 12 months of working on this beautiful jaw, I have finally finished “Bondee”, the white shark jaw which cane from a shark I estimate to be from a shark

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A customer contacted me recently asking me to clean and preserve a Tiger shark jaw caught by her grandfather back in the 1930’s. The jaw showed its age, and in

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Deep in the bowels of the Australian Museum, an odd pairing of colleagues is embarking on a national first aimed at shifting Australians’ perception of our most feared predator –

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Mako shark gets a CT scan as a possible first for such an animal. As the articulated skeleton of the 2.01mt Mako shark at the Australian Museum becomes a reality,

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Goblin shark jaws (Mitsukurina owstoni) at Clean-a-Jaw

Clean-a-Jaw has just received a number of Goblin shark jaws from my supplier overseas. These jaws were packaged very carefully, due to the beautiful pointed teeth that protrude from both

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Clean-a-Jaw has just received a couple of jaws from a Mako and a Tiger I did back in 1995. The client, Vicki Winter-Lear is an avid fisherman and is heavily

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http://www.abc.net.au/radio/sydney/programs/mornings/shark-jaw-restorer/8634570 I was asked by the ABC Online programme to do an interview on my shark jaw cleaning and restoration. Amanda Hoh came and interviewed me and did an article

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Greenland shark jaws to be cleaned, prepared and restored by Clean-a-Jaw

Clean-a-Jaw receives different jaws from all over the world to clean and restore. These are Greenland shark jaws. About 4 weeks ago, Clean-a-Jaw received about 6 Greenland shark jaws (Somniosus

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