One day you wash up on the beach, wet and naked. Another day you wash back out. In between, the scenery changes constantly.
Are shark's teeth anything like hen's teeth? I can contemplate that on your beach.https://youtu.be/r9SgPnqzsco
Sharks teeth are the very opposite of hen's teeth. While hen's teeth are notably rare, sharks have mouths full of them, in multiple rows, which shed as the shark grows. And shark's teeth are one of the toughest fossils known, even abrasive sand wears them very slowly, so they last nearly forever, so there are lots of them. Learning to see them is the trick.Nice video!