Shark Tooth Guide
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Shark Tooth Guide allows you to get a first hand view of shark teeth no matter where you are! With millions of Shark Teeth collectors worldwide this guide is a must!
If your at the beach hunting for teeth and need an on the spot identification guide this is for you. You can look at your tooth and spot it on the chart and instantly be a master at shark teeth hunting and identifying.
Learn about teeth found from Asia to the beaches of North America.
Detailed images and technical information as well as latin names and more. You can do a report from this app or just learn everything you ever wanted about the Shark Teeth your finding and collecting. A great reference for all Shark tooth enthusiasts all together with a soothing ocean sounds to provide the ambiance of outdoor adventuring!
We will be updating the app to feature new teeth and more information soon!
Enjoy learning what teeth your finding and how to grow your fossil collection with great knowledge.
#1 Shark tooth app in all Countries.
#1 Fossil guide in all in Countries.
Just spit ballin here
Unfortunately this app seems to be just a hair of a step above any google image of a shark teeth chart. This app really does have an enormous amount of room to grow. There are so many more types of sharks than it lists, and images could be greater. It would definitely help I'm the identifying process to know how common each type of tooth is to find, and in what areas. Also, it'd be nice if it talked about how the color of the tooth relates to how much it's aged. I know that the darker teeth are older and fossilized. That the black teeth are older than the cream colored... But by how much exactly! How long does it take the tooth to fossilize and get black? Are they decades old, hundreds of years, thousands of years, millions? Why do some teeth have splurges of grey or brown or red in them? Have they just not finished fossilizing? What would be really amazing... Just spit balling here... Would be if we (the app users) could take a picture of our teeth and it bring up the top matches to help us narrow it. Then the app go down a literal check list for us to fill out about the tooth's shape and distinguishings. Almost like a survey about each tooth we have to help us identify it more accurately. As I only spent 99 cents on this app, I'm not disappointed in the least, but it would be wonderful and helpful to see this app grow.
Want more out of it
Would love to see more information. Having a visual scale of the teeth would be nice, even life size should be mostly doable. The years from which the shark existed for those that are extinct would also be nice. This is an app with a lot of room to grow. Right now you develop the only such app for iPhone. Please keep improving it!
I'm a big fan of hunting for and finding fossils/sharks teeth. There's no other app like this one! It's very helpful to always have a guide with me wherever I go to identify the teeth I find! Buy this app:)
- Category: Utilities
- Released: Dec 22, 2011
- Version: 1.0.0
- Size: 8.3 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Rick Stonecypher
- © Phad.net,Inc
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPad, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation), and iPod touch (6th generation).