How megalodon’s teeth evolved into the ultimate cutting tools
University of Florida doctoral student Victor Perez discusses more than 50 million years of shark evolution with the help of three teeth, culminating in the “ultimate cutting tool,” a tooth from megalodon, the largest shark that ever lived.
Credit: Florida Museum of Natural History
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