Between my worrying and work:

Ask    20-something. UC Berkeley. Biology. Geology. Cute Animals. Employed. UCMP. Padian Lab.

hatchi101:

A coil of teeth caps the lower jaw of a sculpture of a 13-foot (4-meter) whorl-tooth shark, or Helicoprion, a fish genus that lived about 250 million years ago.

hatchi101:

A coil of teeth caps the lower jaw of a sculpture of a 13-foot (4-meter) whorl-tooth shark, or Helicoprion, a fish genus that lived about 250 million years ago.

(Source: obey-the-qun, via lostbeasts)

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