Researchers use DNA to ID shark tooth...

Researchers use DNA to ID shark tooth taken from boy's leg

A tooth taken from the leg of a boy bitten at New York's Fire Island National Seashore has been identified as that of a sand tiger shark, after a DNA comparison, researchers announced Wednesday. University of Florida researchers compared DNA from the tooth to a genetic dataset of sharks to determine its species.

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