Great white sharks may have the largest teeth of any living fish, but their ancestor the Megladon had much larger jaws. The biggest Megladon jaw ever discovered had a few teeth in it more than seven inches long, and the entire jaw was eleven feet wide.
“Endowed with oversized fang-like teeth and a hefty jaw, the Fangtooth’s two largest lower fangs are so long the fish has a pair of sockets on either side of its tiny brain for the teeth to slot into when it shuts its mouth. The Fangtooth is actually thought to have the largest teeth of any ocean fish relative to its body size, though it needs to be able to grab any meal it can, even if larger than itself.”
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