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More Great Links
- "A 'Quick & Dirty' Guide to Fossil and Recent Shark Teeth." elasmo-research.org, 2008. http://www.elasmo-research.org/education/evolution/guide.htm
- "Shark School." San Diego Natural History Museum. sdhnm.org. http://www.sdnhm.org/kids/sharks/faq.html#teeth
- "Shark Teeth from Around the World!" sharteeth.com, 2008. http://www.sharkteeth.com/site/index.cfm?action=what_is
- "Sharks Teeth." veniceflorida.com.http://www.veniceflorida.com/shark.htm
- Baldwin, Mike. "Hunting for fossil sharks' teeth." memphisgeology.org, June 21, 2000. http://www.memphisgeology.org/p_sharks_teeth.htm
- Garcia, Frank A. and Miller, Donald S. "Discovering Fossils." Stockpole Books, 1998.
- Howard, Willie. "Diving for shark teeth and bites of history." Cyber Diver News Network, November 11, 2004. http://www.cdnn.info/eco/e041111/e041111.html
- Jordan, Kyle. "Day tripping with Kyle Jordan: Shark Tooth Capital of the World." winknews.com, April 11, 2008. http://www.winknews.com/features/daytripping/17550249.html