Do alligators or crocodiles have larger teeth?



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    Though alligators and crocodiles have similarly sized teeth, the shape of their jaws make their power vary drastically.  For example, Crocodiles have a very narrow v-shaped jaw that reduces their crushing power.  This is in comparison, to the wide-set, u-shaped jaw of the alligator.  This allows them to feast on turtles and have no problem crushing their shells.  Crocodiles however, feast primarily on fish and small mammals.

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