The teeth of a great white shark can grow up to three inches long. Which doesn’t sound so bad until you consider how many will fit in a mouth when they have three rows of them.
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Great white shark teeth are triangular, serrated, razor-sharp and up to 3 inches long. there are 3 rows of teeth and each teeth measure to be around 3 inches long. ouch!
Comparatively, the tooth size of the Great White’s ancestor the Megalodon was about 7”, nearly twice the size of a White shark.
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