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"Unveiling the Mysteries of Sharks: From Fossil Teeth to Majestic Predators" Dive into the fascinating world with a fossil tooth from the mighty megalodon

Background imageSharks Collection: Whale Shark - mouth open feeding, & diver. Australia. Worldwide

Whale Shark - mouth open feeding, & diver. Australia. Worldwide
VT-6318 WHALE SHARK and Snorkeller - mouth open feeding. 60ft long. Australia - Worldwide. North West coast Australia. Ningaloo Marine Park

Background imageSharks Collection: Fossil tooth of megalodon or megatooth shark Oceanopolis Brest Brittany France

Fossil tooth of megalodon or megatooth shark Oceanopolis Brest Brittany France
MAB-908 Fossil tooth of megalodon or megatooth shark Oceanopolis Brest Brittany France Mark Boulton Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSharks Collection: Great White Shark VT 2255 (M) Underwater close up of head and open mouth - South Australia

Great White Shark VT 2255 (M) Underwater close up of head and open mouth - South Australia Carcharodon carcharias
VT-2255-M Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - underwater close up of head and open mouth. Carcharodon carcharias Photographed: South Australia

Background imageSharks Collection: A split level digital composite showing a Basking shark (Ceterhinus maximus

A split level digital composite showing a Basking shark (Ceterhinus maximus) feeding on plankton around St Michaels Mount, Cornwall, UK. June

Background imageSharks Collection: Great White Shark VT 5022 (M) Underwater view of head, coming to surface	- South Australia

Great White Shark VT 5022 (M) Underwater view of head, coming to surface - South Australia Carcharodon carcharias
VT-5022-M Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - view of head underwater, coming up to surface, . Carcharodon carcharias Photographed: South Australia. Distribution: Worldwide, Temperate seas

Background imageSharks Collection: Great Hammerhead Shark - Swims towards the photographer. These sharks are considered dangerous

Great Hammerhead Shark - Swims towards the photographer. These sharks are considered dangerous. Coral Sea. Australia
VT-8479 Great Hammerhead SHARK - swimming towards the photographer Coral Sea. Australia Sphyrna mokarran These sharks are considered dangerous

Background imageSharks Collection: Cartoon, Mermaids and U-Boats, WW1

Cartoon, Mermaids and U-Boats, WW1
Cartoon, Mermaids and U-Boats. Two mermaids and two fish are disturbed by a German U-boat which has a face like a shark. Date: 1917

Background imageSharks Collection: Picture No. 10767981

Picture No. 10767981
JAWS, Mechanical Great White shark - Valerie Taylor with the shark used in the making of the film Jaws Date:

Background imageSharks Collection: Picture No. 10767726

Picture No. 10767726
Great Hammerhead Shark - With diver Valerie Taylor (Sphyrna lewini) Date:

Background imageSharks Collection: Great White Shark VT 371 (M) Underwater close up of head - South Australia Carcharodon carcharias

Great White Shark VT 371 (M) Underwater close up of head - South Australia Carcharodon carcharias © Ron & Valerie
VT-371-M Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - close-up of head showing teeth and ampoules / ampullae of Lorenzini Carcharodon carcharias Photographed: South Australia

Background imageSharks Collection: Basking Shark DSE 15 Certorhinus maximus - Isle of Man © Douglas David Seifert ARDEA LONDON

Basking Shark DSE 15 Certorhinus maximus - Isle of Man © Douglas David Seifert ARDEA LONDON
DSE-15 BASKING SHARK - MOUTH OPEN Isle of Man, UK Cetorhinus maximus Distribution: Cool to warm temperate waters, Worldwide Douglas David Seifert Please note that prints are for personal display

Background imageSharks Collection: Greater Spotted Dogfish teeth and jaws. Teeth continuously replaced from behind

Greater Spotted Dogfish teeth and jaws. Teeth continuously replaced from behind. North sea and Mediterranean
PM-10075 Greater Spotted Dogfish - teeth and jaws, teeth continuously replaced from behind North sea and Mediterranean Scyliorhinus stellaris Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal

Background imageSharks Collection: Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - C/U MOUTH

Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - C/U MOUTH
RAF-78 Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - C/U MOUTH Carcharodon carcharias Ralf Kiefner Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSharks Collection: WHALE SHARK - in bait ball

WHALE SHARK - in bait ball
DSE-74 WHALE SHARK - in bait ball Ningaloo Reef, W. Australia Rhincodon typus Whale Shark is the largest fish. Its a harmless, filter-feeder

Background imageSharks Collection: Basking Shark - Isle of Man

Basking Shark - Isle of Man
DSE-12 BASKING SHARK - MOUTH OPEN Isle of Man Cetorhinus maximus Douglas David Seifert Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSharks Collection: Great White Shark - Close up of head with mouth open, showing gills inside, South Australia

Great White Shark - Close up of head with mouth open, showing gills inside, South Australia
DSE-120 Great White SHARK - close-up of head, mouth open South Australia Carcharodon carcharias Douglas David Seifert Please note that prints are for personal display purposed only

Background imageSharks Collection: Scalloped Hammerhead Shark Galapagos, Indo-Pacific

Scalloped Hammerhead Shark Galapagos, Indo-Pacific
VT-6079 Scalloped Hammerhead Shark Galapagos, Indo-Pacific Sphyrna lewini Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSharks Collection: Scalloped Hammerhead Shark - group / school. Cocos Island, Costa Rica

Scalloped Hammerhead Shark - group / school. Cocos Island, Costa Rica
DSE-104 Scalloped Hammerhead SHARK - full-length, in group / school Cocos Island, Costa Rica Sphyrna lewini Douglas David Seifert Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSharks Collection: TIGER SHARK - mouth open

TIGER SHARK - mouth open
AU-8-BC TIGER SHARK - mouth open Galeocerdo cuviere Distribution: Tropical and temperate waters, worldwide Auscape Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSharks Collection: Jaw of a 4 metre tiger shark, replaceable teeth in 9 rows Egypt Red Sea

Jaw of a 4 metre tiger shark, replaceable teeth in 9 rows Egypt Red Sea
KA-516 Jaw of a 4 metre tiger shark, replaceable teeth in 9 rows Egypt Red Sea Kurt Amsler Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSharks Collection: Whale Shark

Whale Shark
AU-7-KD WHALE SHARK Rhincodon typus Auscape Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way. contact details: prints@ardea.com tel: 020 8318 1401

Background imageSharks Collection: Black Tip reef shark - A male swimming above a female Black Tip reef shark

Black Tip reef shark - A male swimming above a female Black Tip reef shark
VT-8636 Black-tip / Blacktip Reef shark - A male swimming above a female Black-tip / Blacktip Reef shark, Not considered dangerous to man these smallish sharks inhabit onshore reefs

Background imageSharks Collection: Great Hammerhead Shark - Can grow to 6 meters in length. They are found all around the tropical

Great Hammerhead Shark - Can grow to 6 meters in length. They are found all around the tropical oceans but rarely seen
VT-8475 Great Hammerhead SHARK Coral Sea. Australia Sphyrna mokarran Can grow to 6 meters in length. They are found all around the tropical oceans but rarely seen

Background imageSharks Collection: Tiger Shark - Shark swims in shallow water in lagoon. Coral sea. Australia TIG-018

Tiger Shark - Shark swims in shallow water in lagoon. Coral sea. Australia TIG-018
VT-8485 Tiger SHARK - in shallow water lagoon Coral sea. Australia Galeocerdo cuvieri Distribution: found in temperate and tropical waters

Background imageSharks Collection: Great White Shark - With mouth wide open, South Australia

Great White Shark - With mouth wide open, South Australia
VT-260-m Great White Shark - With mouth wide open South Australia Carcharodon carcharias Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSharks Collection: Great White Shark. With head out of water and mouth open. Dire Island Gansbaai South Africa

Great White Shark. With head out of water and mouth open. Dire Island Gansbaai South Africa
KA-520 Great White Shark with head out of water and mouth open Dire Island, Gansbaai, South Africa Carcharodon carcharias Kurt Amsler Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSharks Collection: White shark looks above water (Carcharodon carcharius). South Africa

White shark looks above water (Carcharodon carcharius). South Africa
Tom Campbell / SplashdownDirect

Background imageSharks Collection: Great White Shark - male - Guadalupe island - Mexico

Great White Shark - male - Guadalupe island - Mexico
VT-8834 Great White Shark - male Guadalupe island - Mexico Carcharaodon carcharias Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSharks Collection: Great White Shark - Female - Guadalupe island - Mexico

Great White Shark - Female - Guadalupe island - Mexico
VT-8831 Great White Shark - Female Guadalupe island - Mexico. Carcharaodon carcharias Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSharks Collection: Shark warning sign - these signs are off most swimming beaches

Shark warning sign - these signs are off most swimming beaches. This one is aimed at tourists who do not speak english
VT-8704 Shark warning sign - these signs are off most swimming beaches. This one is aimed at tourists who do not speak English Sydney

Background imageSharks Collection: Whale Shark - Shark is swimming near the bottom in 24m. School of Trevally are following the shark

Whale Shark - Shark is swimming near the bottom in 24m. School of Trevally are following the shark
VT-8592 Whale Shark - Shark is swimming near the bottom in 24m. School of Trevally are following the shark. Ningaloo reef, Western Australia

Background imageSharks Collection: Great White Shark - Underwater with fin showing

Great White Shark - Underwater with fin showing
RAF-72 Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - Silhouette of fin South Africa Carcharodon carcharias Ralf Kiefner Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSharks Collection: Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - & scuba divers in ca

Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - & scuba divers in ca
AU-1-KD Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - & scuba divers in cage Carcharodon carcharias Auscape Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSharks Collection: Great white shark from shark cage, Australia, Pacific

Great white shark from shark cage, Australia, Pacific

Background imageSharks Collection: Bull Shark - Fiji

Bull Shark - Fiji
VT-8905 Bull Shark Fiji Carcharhinus leucas Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSharks Collection: Great White Shark With other fish, South Australia

Great White Shark With other fish, South Australia
DSE-125 Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - with other fish South Australia Carcharodon carcharias Douglas David Seifert Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSharks Collection: Shark Warning sign - these signs are off most swimming beaches

Shark Warning sign - these signs are off most swimming beaches. This one is aimed at tourists who do not speak english
VT-8703 Shark Warning sign - these signs are off most swimming beaches Brighton Beach, NSW Australia This one is aimed at tourists who do not speak english

Background imageSharks Collection: Lemon Shark East Coast, USA

Lemon Shark East Coast, USA
PM-4947-C Lemon Shark East Coast, USA Negaprion brevirostris Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSharks Collection: Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK

Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK
RAF-91-m Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK split level view, with mouth open Carcharodon carcharias Ralf Kiefner Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSharks Collection: Starry smooth-hound shark (Mustelus asterias) resting on seabed, Channel Isles, UK

Starry smooth-hound shark (Mustelus asterias) resting on seabed, Channel Isles, UK

Background imageSharks Collection: Shark Teeth & Jaws

Shark Teeth & Jaws
PM-9069 Shark Teeth & Jaws Odontaspis Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSharks Collection: The Gulf Stream, 1899, (1943). Creator: Winslow Homer

The Gulf Stream, 1899, (1943). Creator: Winslow Homer
The Gulf Stream, 1899, (1943). A man drifts on his fishing boat which has lost its mast. Sharks surround the boat, and a waterspout approaches ominously

Background imageSharks Collection: Spotted Wobbegong Shark (Orectolobus maculatus) lying in seaweed. Manly, Sydney, New South Wales

Spotted Wobbegong Shark (Orectolobus maculatus) lying in seaweed. Manly, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Pacific Ocean. November

Background imageSharks Collection: Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus) passing by baitball, Santa Maria Island, Azores, Portugal

Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus) passing by baitball, Santa Maria Island, Azores, Portugal, September 2008 Exclusive Japanese calendar rights for 2014

Background imageSharks Collection: Whale Shark - Ron Taylor filming a giant Whale shark. Ningaloo Reef, West Australia

Whale Shark - Ron Taylor filming a giant Whale shark. Ningaloo Reef, West Australia
VT-8564 Whale Shark - Ron Taylor filming a giant Whale shark. Ningaloo Reef, West Australia. Rhincodon typus Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSharks Collection: Great Hammerhead Shark - side view Bahamas

Great Hammerhead Shark - side view Bahamas
DSE-147 Great Hammerhead SHARK - side-view Bahamas Sphyrna mokarran Douglas David Seifert Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way



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"Unveiling the Mysteries of Sharks: From Fossil Teeth to Majestic Predators" Dive into the fascinating world with a fossil tooth from the mighty megalodon, an ancient giant that once ruled the seas. (Fossil tooth of megalodon or megatooth shark Oceanopolis Brest Brittany France) Witness the awe-inspiring sight of a whale shark, mouth wide open, gracefully feeding alongside a brave diver in Australia's waters. These gentle giants captivate audiences worldwide. (Whale Shark - mouth open feeding, & diver. Australia. Worldwide) Get up close and personal with the iconic great white shark as it reveals its powerful head and menacingly opens its jaws underwater in South Australia's depths. (Great White Shark VT 2255 (M) Underwater close up of head and open mouth - South Australia Carcharodon carcharias © Ron & Valerie Taylor / ARDEA LONDON) Explore the captivating features of the great white/white pointer shark through an intimate close-up shot showcasing its formidable mouth structure. (Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - C/U MOUTH) Delve into history as we uncover a unique connection between sharks, cartoons, mermaids, and U-boats during World War I – an intriguing tale captured in Picture No. 10767981. Marvel at another breathtaking image depicting a magnificent great white shark underwater in South Australia – witness their sheer power and beauty firsthand. (Picture No. 10767726) Discover how nature continuously renews itself through teeth replacement as we examine greater spotted dogfish teeth and jaws found in both North Sea and Mediterranean regions. Experience an adrenaline rush as you come face to face with a dangerous predator –the great hammerhead shark swimming towards you. Coral Sea becomes your playground for this thrilling encounter. (Great Hammerhead Shark - Swims towards the photographer. These they can considered dangerous.