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Fossil Sharks – The Brain Scoop

The Megalodon Shark and Helicoprion: two mysterious, extinct sharks that have left fossilized clues of their existence in the form of their teeth (and some vertebrae). Get a close look at the largest shark tooth and a very unusual tooth whorl with Emily Graslie of The Brain Scoop.

In the archives: more Brain Scoop, more fossils, and all kinds of sharks.

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