Wow! I would love to have one. Happy WW! :)
How fantastic, they are very interesting to look at.
WOW!! What fun! ~karen
They are not quite as scary in a plate. Nice shots.
Wow, that's a lot of teeth. While in Florida last year, we took a boat out to an island in search of sand dollars. A couple searched for sharks teeth. I believe they found a few.
cool--our local museum has a sand pit where children can look for shark's teeth. they love it.
As long as they are found on the beach and not on your person!Interesting hobby.
I guess I expected them to be white! But I guess sharks don't get to visit the dentist or use toothpaste. I read once that sharks lose 10,000 teeth in their life (or a year???) so I guess I'm not surprised you've managed to find 100s of them.
So all those sharks who forgot to brush are gumming their supper tonight. And in 1,000 years, some archaeologist will wonder how sharks made it to Wisconsin. We won't tell them.These are great shots, as ever and always!
What fabulous pictures of all those stones!
Those are soooo cool!!
We have a little jar of them that we found on a trip to Venice, FL. They're really cool. :)
What a wonderful collection of photos. Very beautifully presented too.
Wow! Do you display them in a glass vase or something? Amazing... and a lot of walks on the beach, I'm thinking.
Wow, they're black. I've never held a shark's tooth. Very cool!