Shark’s teeth are more than just teeth — they’re fossils. Sharks have been living on Earth for about 400 million years. When a shark dies and its cartilage dissolves, the teeth fall to the bottom of the ocean and get covered with sandy sediment. This sediment prevents oxygen and destructive bacteria from reaching the tooth, and it fossilizes over the course of about 10,000 years. That’s why most of the teeth that are found and collected aren’t white, but gray, black or brown — the color of the sediment. The tooth absorbs the minerals in the sediment and these minerals eventually replace the dentine and enamel that makes up the tooth. One of our most challenging beach puzzles.
|Puzzle Type||Jigsaw Puzzle|
|Mfg. Part Number||40573|
|Puzzle Category||Nautical & Coastlines|
This one looks easier than it actually is to complete. Shades and colors are very similar. Had a great sense of accomplishment when finished.
Finally finished it/ wifes help and gave it to my brother for wall hanging, he is a collector of Megaladons
If looking for a challenge, this puzzle is it! My daughter teasingly asked me why I bought a "level 14 puzzle" when I have a "level 7 skill". I asked if she was serious. This puzzle may end up being the colors on the box but right now, nothing looks like it should. I have about half of it done, spending any extra time I have. I've been working on it for over two weeks now. I feel accomplished if I get three or four pieces done in a one hour session. Super frusterating, super satisifying! Can't wait to get done!
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