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Identifying shark teeth KlikIdentifying shark teeth Klik
Recovered from upper Pungo River sediments, this single specimen is likely re-worked from underlying Oligocene sediments. Not reported by Purdy et al (2001). Shark tooth
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Amelia Shark tooth Adventures, L. L. C. Waiver and Release from LiabilityAmelia Shark tooth Adventures, L. L. C. Waiver and Release from Liability
If a court should find that any provision of this agreement is invalid or unenforceable, but that by limiting said provision it would become valid and enforceable, then said provision shall be deemed to be written. Shark tooth
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Objective: To examine the diversity of the fossil shark teeth to hypothesize the diversity that may have existed in the past and the adaptations these sharks hadObjective: To examine the diversity of the fossil shark teeth to hypothesize the diversity that may have existed in the past and the adaptations these sharks had
Directions: You will examine each shark tooth carefully, to determine which species of shark it is. You will count up the number of teeth for each species and fill in the data table below. Shark tooth
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Edep program Fall 2014Edep program Fall 2014
Words to know: Megalodon, cartilaginous skeleton, allometric relationship, archaeology, paleontology, centra, ectothermic. Shark tooth
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Edep program Fall 2014Edep program Fall 2014
Recognize when Megalodon lived and what other animals he did or did not live with. Shark tooth
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Geometric Analysis of Shark TeethGeometric Analysis of Shark Teeth
Nature provides context, which is essential to developing interest in a subject. As educators, it is our responsibility to generate this interest. Shark tooth
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Problem Solving in EngineeringProblem Solving in Engineering
Students will work in teams to solve the problem of retrieving shark teeth from the bottom of a container and conduct research after they have completed their task. Shark tooth
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Grade 6 Unit 1 ea 1 Shark ToothGrade 6 Unit 1 ea 1 Shark Tooth
Sharks can have up to 50,000 teeth in their lifetime, with five to ten rows full of the sharp, serrated objects at one time!. Shark tooth
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When: Friday, April 15, 2016When: Friday, April 15, 2016
Please bring a lunch, labeled, in a Ziploc bag. Please send in 2 drinks, labeled. You may also bring a snack, if desired. There are no concessions available at the site. Shark tooth
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Ernst Quarries near Shark Tooth Hill Paleo Digs and Buena Vista Museum of Natural History (bvmnh)Ernst Quarries near Shark Tooth Hill Paleo Digs and Buena Vista Museum of Natural History (bvmnh)
All Diggers will be allowed to keep all teeth (including Megs) and fossils found with exception of scientifically significant assemblages and/or articulated fossils will be the property of the land owners. Shark tooth
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By the Tooth of the SharkBy the Tooth of the Shark
Older students will also conduct independent or group research on each shark species included in the field guide. Younger students will benefit from simply matching the appropriate shark teeth to the appropriate sharks. Shark tooth
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Shark tooth (state fossil)Shark tooth (state fossil)
Many types of sharks lived in prehistoric Georgia, ranging from small Cretaceous forms to large, fierce Miocene species. Sharks as a group appeared during the Ordovician. Shark tooth
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Fossil educational dig kitsFossil educational dig kits
Then you may want to go through it again to see if there are any fossils you missed. It is fun to examine the fossils with a magnifying glass or microscopes after you find them. This kit will provide lots of fun searching, learning. Shark tooth
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