Well, first of all, you separate the upper from the lower, because the lower teeth in sharks. Most species of sharks and certainly megalodons, are narrower. The teeth are thicker through, and there’s more of an arch to the root. So when you have a whole group of teeth like that, it’s fairly easy to separate them out. And then of course they gradate down to the small teeth in the corner of the mouth. So it’s not that difficult to arrange them. The interesting thing about that set of teeth though, I kept relating it to white shark because that’s what everybody had done up until then. The white shark, the third tooth over in the upper jaw, slants inward towards the center of the jaw.