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I received on the 7 May this beautiful Mako shark jaw from an angler who caught it last year. He sent me the jaw that had been partially cleaned, and
Displaying shark teeth in a way that researchers and scientist can access the teeth without having large amounts of jaws in a collection taking up space, has always been an
Preparing a new Mako shark jaw from a client is always an exciting prospect. This beautiful 287.5kg Mako shark from up north, caught by an angler during the Port Macquarie
I received this Mako jaw back in February 2016. Although the jaw had been pretty much cleaned, it came to me split in half, through the top and lower symphisis.
A while back I had entertained the idea of displaying both the upper and lower teeth from various species of sharks on black perspex boards, so the teeth could be
I can’t believe that after all these months, I have finally finished working on Julia, the Great White shark jaw that was brought to me to restore, clean and repair.
I received a relatively fresh jaw from a client, and I used a new cleaning method, used on preparing fish skeletons, and especially cartilaginous skeletons. The results speak for themselves.