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Shark teeth 101 – Beach hunting tips

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My favorite thing to do in the world is to hunt for shark teeth on the beach....I want to go to the places with the shark teeth!!

Longnose Saw Shark: Electroreceptors on their unusual saws help them find food in mud or sand.

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Rocks and Minerals, Tumbled Gemstones, Semi Precious Gemstone Pendants,TXT Stones, Amethyst, Rose Quartz, Moonstone, Jasper, Agate, Geode, Citrine, Onyx, Shark Tooth Fossil, Arrowhead

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Tiger Shark: One of the largest sharks, capable of reaching 18 feet. Forced perspective makes this one look a lot bigger. Tiger sharks are Near Threatened with extinction.

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Common Angel Shark: You can see where they get their name and how their unique coloration helps with camouflage. Common Angel Sharks are Critically Endangered.

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Did you know... there are 10 species of hammerhead sharks? Learn more >> http://dsc.tv/P2Ysd

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'Whales' Wall Art

Because whales make me think of wonder and how amazing life is. yes yes yes :: 'Whales' Wall Art

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Galapagos #Shark: Despite what their name suggests, these sharks are found off tropical islands in the Atlantic and the Pacific. Galapagos sharks are Near Threatened with extinction.

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