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Additional Sharks with Symphyseal Teeth

Other Sharks with Symphyseal Teeth Sorry for the long delay, folks. I have been busy wrapping up the end of the school semester, and it certainly did not help that things have gotten crazy due to people's reaction to the coronavirus. However, I still intend on picking back up were I left off. To briefly… Continue reading Additional Sharks with Symphyseal Teeth

The Tooth Whorl of a Strange Shark

A typical tooth whorl of Helicoprion. For a long time, these strange whorls were the only thing known about them. Take a look at the fossil in the picture above. This is a fossil of Helicoprion. Can you tell what it is? If not, that is okay. When it was first described in 1899, Helicoprion… Continue reading The Tooth Whorl of a Strange Shark