Bull Shark Teeth For Sale

While most collectors focus on megalodon and great white shark teeth, you can't forget about bull shark teeth as well. Their short, stocky structure with dozens of tiny serrations bordering the edge make them a true beauty to behold. Unlike the teeth from other species of shark, bull shark teeth have many notable features and details, making them a desirable specimen for any serious collector.

Check out our current selections of bull shark teeth for sale listed directly below. We connect you to one of the largest selections of bull shark teeth for sale. Simply browse through the listings and click on the ones you are interested in for more information. Thanks for looking, and remember to check back with us if you don't see the bull shark teeth you are looking for.

Fossil bull shark tooth necklace with bone beads and adjustable cord
Fossil bull shark tooth necklace with bone beads and adjustable cord
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Fossil bull shark tooth necklace green yellow  black beads  adjustable
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Real 10 1 2 inch Bull Shark Jaw Teeth mouth Taxidermy 25175
Real 10 1 2 inch Bull Shark Jaw Teeth mouth Taxidermy 25175
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GENUINE 1 1 8 BULL SHARK TOOTH THE MOST DANGEROUS SHARKS MAN EATER
GENUINE 1 1 8 BULL SHARK TOOTH THE MOST DANGEROUS SHARKS MAN EATER
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GENUINE 1 1 8 BULL SHARK TOOTH THE MOST DANGEROUS SHARKS MAN EATER
GENUINE 1 1 8 BULL SHARK TOOTH THE MOST DANGEROUS SHARKS MAN EATER
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GENUINE 1 1 8 BULL SHARK TOOTH THE MOST DANGEROUS SHARKS MAN EATER
GENUINE 1 1 8 BULL SHARK TOOTH THE MOST DANGEROUS SHARKS MAN EATER
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40 BULL SHARK TEETH
40 BULL SHARK TEETH
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02923 Pendants Real Bull shark Tooth Teeth 1
02923 Pendants Real Bull shark Tooth Teeth 1
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02924 Pendants Real Bull shark Tooth Teeth 1 1 8
02924 Pendants Real Bull shark Tooth Teeth 1 1 8
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02925 Pendants Real Bull shark Tooth Teeth 1 1 16
02925 Pendants Real Bull shark Tooth Teeth 1 1 16
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02929 Pendants Real Bull shark Tooth Teeth 1 3 16
02929 Pendants Real Bull shark Tooth Teeth 1 3 16
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25 QUALITY FOSSIL DUSKY BULL SHARK MEGALODON SHARK TOOTH ERA SHARK TEETH
25 QUALITY FOSSIL DUSKY BULL SHARK MEGALODON SHARK TOOTH ERA SHARK TEETH
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Bull Shark

Bull Shark

Bull Shark Information

Bull sharks (Carcharhinus leucas) are notorious for their aggressive behavior and tendency to attack humans. In fact, they are one of the three shark species reported to frequently attack humans unprovoked; the two others are great whites and tiger shark. So, just how much of a threat are bull sharks to humans? Although bull sharks are responsible for more attacks than any other species, the overall probability of being attacked by one is still extremely low (around 1 in 11.5 million).

A typical bull shark has a stocky body with a short, flat snout, such as the example shown above. As you may have guessed, they get their name from their flat snout and aggressive nature, which is similar to a bull. To see what an actual bull shark looks like, check the image to the right. Pay close attention to its short snout that's slightly curved upwards. Along with their short fins and stocky body, it's easy to see where this shark gets its name from.

When fully grown, bull sharks are roughly 7 to 8 feet in length and weigh around 250 to 400 pounds. Female bull sharks (cows) are generally slightly longer and heavier than males. The largest bull shark on record tipped the scales with an impressive 690 pounds; however, it's believed that larger specimens have been observed but not recorded.

Fast Facts About Bull Shark

  • A pregnant bull shark may give birth to anywhere between 1 and 12 pups.
  • Bull sharks prefer to stay inside the warm shallow coastal waters where prey is readily available. Unfortunately, this is a contributing factor to the amount of reported attacks on humans.
  • The 1916 Jersey Shore attacks from a bull shark are believed to have inspired the "Jaws" novel.
  • Bull sharks are known to swim into freshwater inlets and canals.
  • Scientists believe they're capable of inhabiting freshwater because of their innate ability to recycle the salt water within their bodies.
  • Bull sharks will use their flat snout to ram into their prey, temporarily stunning them.
  • Because of their aggressive nature, bull sharks are known as the "pitbulls of the sea."
  • Humans remain the greatest threat to this species due to residential and commercial fishing.
  • Bull sharks are extremely fast and believed to reach speeds of 40 to 50 mph.
  • At 1,300 pounds, the bite force of a bull shark is stronger than any other species.
Bull Shark In Shallow Waters

Bull Shark In Shallow Waters

Bull Shark Teeth

Are you thinking about going hunting for shark teeth on the beach or in the ocean? If so, you need to know what they look like. They're a bit smaller and usually shaped differently than teeth from other species of shark. So, what exactly does a bull shark tooth look like? Most are short, wide, triangular-shaped with sharp serrated edges. The very tip on some bull shark teeth bend slightly outwards in a hook-like fashion to help them tear through prey.

When searching for bull shark teeth, you have to keep an eye out for a more solid and not pointy shape. Just as their body is short and stocky, so are their teeth. The trick to finding bull shark teeth, or any shark teeth for that matter, is to look for the colors of fossilized sediments. This usually includes gray, white and black with multiple shades of each. You can click on the previous link about for more advice, but the general idea is to scan areas in the surf where shells and other debris wash up. Meticulously scan the area while looking for anything that resembles a shark tooth. Whether it's from a bull shark or not, finding any shark tooth is a rewarding experience that should make you proud.

Bull shark teeth are actually quite inexpensive, making them a popular choice among new collectors. Teeth of bull shark are smaller than those of great whites, but they are still considerably larger than several other shark species. Bull shark teeth are typically triangular shaped with sharp, serrated edges that's used to tear through its prey's flesh.

Bull Shark Video

References:

Bull Shark - FLMNH

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bull_shark