Which sharks have the biggest and the most teeth?



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    The living shark species to take this prize would probably be the great white shark. The teeth in a great white’s multiple rows can reach a maximum length of two and a half inches. Great whites are the largest carnivorous fish in the ocean (if you exclude plankton feeders like whale sharks, which are even bigger but not normally thought of as “carnivores”). However, the now-extinct megaladon sharks, which swam the oceans millions of years ago, could reach a size about twice that of the largest known great white sharks – and their teeth were much bigger, too!

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