Fossil Tiger Shark Teeth

Tiger Sharks vary in length but have been known to reach 20 ft. in rare cases. Color often varies from bluish or greenish-gray to black above and from light gray to dirty yellow or white below. Juvenile Tiger Sharks have the characteristic dark spotting and bands of color that give the shark the appearance of being an aquatic “TIGER”, however, these markings begin to fade as the shark ages. Teeth are the same in both upper and lower jaws, deeply notched and full of serrations. The Tiger Shark is considered to be one of the most dangerous sharks in the ocean due to its seemingly indiscriminate predation and extremely powerful bite.

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