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SHARK TEETH When we think of sharks, we usually think of razor-sharp teeth. However, there are many shapes and sizes of shark teeth, and the teeth can tell you a lot about what the shark eats. Some sharks have small files and filters to trap plankton, while others have blunt, flat teeth to crush the shell of a crab, shrimp, or lobster. Others ...

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The great white’s mouth closed and opened, closed and opened. The shark shook its head, trying to get rid of the rope. But the rope was stuck. In a fraction of a second, I saw that the rope had snagged between two of the shark’s teeth. At that instant, the creature’s small, primitive brain must have sent a message of alarm,

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