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Contents:  Modern Bull shark teeth, Greenland shark teeth

BULL SHARK TOOTH NECKLACES
From the Bay of Bengal 

(Indian Ocean)
Carcharhinus leucas

This is an aggressive species that is considered the most dangerous to humans, even more so than the Great White and the Tiger Shark. This is because of the Bull Shark's omnivorous diet (i.e. EATS EVERYTHING) and habitat preferences. 

This species may be found in murky water, where the splashing of a swimmer could be mistaken for a struggling fish.  It is a large species which grows to a length of 13 feet.  

The Bull Shark has also been called the Zambezi, Ground shark, Shovelnose, Slipway Grey River Shark, Freshwater Whaler, Estuary Whaler and Swan River Whaler.   It has a distinct thick body, short blunt snout, triangular serrated teeth in the upper jaw, and a small eye. It is grey above and pale below, sometimes with a pale stripe on the flank.   

The Bull Shark can live from coastal marine and estuarine, to freshwater. It has been recorded from the surf zone down to a depth of 450 feet. It is the only species of shark that is known to stay for extended periods in freshwater.

 It has been reported 2500 miles from the sea in the Amazon River system, and is known to breed in Lake Nicaragua, Central America, and has a widespread distribution in tropical & warm temperate waters of the world.

PRICES INCLUDE GOLD or SILVER WIRING (please specify) and a 20" black suede necklace
1-3/16" RARE LARGE SIZE $30 unless marked
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1" BULL SHARK TOOTH

SPECIALTY NECKLACES

20" BONE BEAD NECKLACES

GOLD WIRED TEETH, GOLD BARREL TWIST CLOSURES

$28 ea.



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20" BLACK ONYX BEAD NECKLACES

GOLD WIRED TEETH, GOLD BARREL TWIST CLOSURES

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Large rice 6x9 mm and round turquoise 6 mm bead necklace
20" HEMATITE BEAD NECKLACES

GOLD WIRED TEETH, GOLD BARREL TWIST CLOSURES

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20" BLACK SUEDE NECKLACES

GOLD WIRED TEETH, GOLD BARREL TWIST CLOSURES

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RARE GREENLAND SHARK TEETH

(North Atlantic Ocean)

Somniosus microcephalus

This is a large species of shark, which can get as long as 24 feet long, with the dimensions like the Great White. This is Somniosidae (sleeper shark) also grows slowly due to the cold environment. 

This species eats mostly fish and seals, and have been known to scavenge.  These sharks are also covered by a bioluminescent parasitic copepods that eat away at the sharks eye tissue causing the sharks greenish appearance in dark waters.

 

The Greenland Shark has also been called the Gurry, Gray shark, or by the Inuit's Equalussuaq.   It is the thickest body, short rounded snout, with thin, pointed and wide, square teeth, small fins and eyes, sometimes with a pale stripe on the flank.   

The Greenland Shark can live from cold waters and has been spotted as far south as the Gulf of Mexico during the cold months. It has been recorded down to a depth 3900 feet and have been spotted at double that depth, seeking its preferred cold temperature. It is the only species of shark that is known to stay for extended periods in freshwater.

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FOR THE BUDDING PALEONTOLOGIST OR MARINE BIOLOGIST IN YOUR WORLD, OR FOR ANYONE CURIOUS ABOUT THE MICRO-WORLD

Here's Glenn and Heidi's favorite tip:

BUY A MINI MICROSCOPE, Scientist quality!  45x magnification ultraviolet LED Illuminated pocket microscope with storage case.  UV light can be used for close inspection of: gems, minerals, fossils, tiny shark teeth in jaws, bugs, in short-anything in the natural world you are curious enough to want to see up close.

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