UF: DNA from shark tooth in boy’s leg used to ID species in New York bite incident

UF: DNA from shark tooth in boy’s leg used to ID species in New York bite incident

A small tooth fragment plucked from a 13-year-old boy’s leg after he was bitten by a shark off the coast of New York gave scientists the chance to test a new tactic: using DNA evidence to identify the species involved.

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