This Is What The Inside of a Shark Fin Looks Like

"As we were cutting it open, we found these long, sort of noodle-like pieces. They're clear and a little bendy and running all along the shark fin, held together by this tissue. From the top it looks like a bee's honeycomb."

Find out why a thirteen year old girl and her mother, a Johns Hopkins biomedical engineer and opthalmologist, stuck a shark fin in an MRI machine in this 2012 story in the Johns Hopkins magazine.


[Johns Hopkins Magazine]

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