Which species of shark have the largest teeth?



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    Though it is extinct today, the Carcharocles megalodon Shark has the largest teeth.

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    The largest shark teeth of any extant species today come from the Great White Shark. Though not the largest shark alive today, they do have the largest teeth reaching almost 3 inches (which is more impressive when you think of 3000 teeth in multiple rows in one mouth). The shark with the largest teeth in relation to it’s body size is the Cookiecutter shark, aka Cigar shark.

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    Definitely the megatooth shark, or Carcharodon megalodon. Megalodon evolved during the early Miocene epoch, which was about twenty million years ago.

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