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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
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
Last week the Glyphis jaws were finally finished, packaged up and sent to Melbourne for sorting and cataloging. Considering the state of the jaws, these jaws came out exceptionally well.
I have recently acquired a number of jaws and teeth from what is considered to be a true freshwater shark, Glyphis gangeticus. These sharks are extremely rare to find, and