The great white shark is the largest predatory fish on the planet. The way its teeth work is somewhat reminiscent of a revolver, they consist of several rows. When one of its sharp, triangular teeth breaks out of the front row, it is quickly replaced by another from the row behind it. New replacement teeth are constantly growing.
The teeth of the great white shark are 6 to 7 cm long and have jagged edges.
- Scientific name : Carcharodon carcharias
- Global Home : Worldwide
- Conservation Status : Vulnerable