Shark classification is based mainly on shape of the teeth, serration patterns, and presence or absence of denticles. This chart demonstrates the relationship between the size of a shark's teeth and the size of its body. The larger the tooth, the larger the shark.
Megalodon Shark Jaws in the Hall of Florida Fossils: Evolution of Life and Land, one of the museum's permanent exhibit halls.
Florida Museum staff are hard at work setting up the upcoming "Megalodon" exhibition! Check our Behind-the-Scenes board often for sneak peeks of the giant #shark exhibit before it opens on Oct. 4! #Megalodon Florida Museum of Natural History photo by Jeff Gage
Shark Coffins Placed In City Streets Create Overfishing Awareness [Pics
Shark Coffins Placed In City Streets Create Overfishing Awareness [Pics] - PSFK
The Global Shark tracker allows anyone with a computer the ability and thrill of tracking over 80 sharks mainly Great Whites Sharks, that have been tagged by OCEARCH pick one of the named sharks on the monitors and see where they have traveled.
Touch this set of 46 Megalodon teeth (casts of an unusual intact find) and learn what scientists can discover by studying shark teeth.
Please, Stop Finning. #Save #Sharks.
Planet Shark Exhibition - Eat Relax Enjoy
Daily Life: October 2013
Women inspect the insides of the jaws of a megalodon, an extinct species of the shark, as they visit the international exhibition titled "Planet Shark: Predator or Prey" at the Military-Historical Museum of Artillery, Engineer and Signal Corps in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Oct. 31. The exhibition includes collections of pristine fossil specimens, jaws, hunting and commercial fishing equipment, full size casts and models of different sharks, according to organizers.
Chris Fischer demonstrating OCEARCH interactive shark tracking screens