Forensic implications of the variation in morphology of marginal serrations on the teeth of the great white shark

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Nambiar, P.; Brown, K. A.; Bridges, T. E.;
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5281/zenodo.811858, doi: 10.5281/zenodo.811857
  • Subject: Carcharodon carcharias Identification Shark bites Sharks Teeth animal tissue article bite forensic identification forensic science morphology nonhuman priority journal shark tooth Animals Bites and Stings Dentition Forensic Dentistry
    mesheuropmc: human activities | chemical and pharmacologic phenomena | stomatognathic diseases | stomatognathic system

The teeth of the Great White Shark have been examined to ascertain whether there is any commonality in the arrangement or number of the marginal serrations (peaks) or, indeed, whether individual sharks have a unique pattern of shapes or size of the peaks. The teeth of t... View more
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