How many rows of teeth does a great white shark have?

Answer Great white sharks have several rows of teeth; the two front rows are used for grabbing and tearing prey. As teeth in the front two rows are lost or fall out, the remaining teeth move forward to fi... Read More »

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How many teeth does a hammerhead shark have?

A hammerhead shark has a total of approximately 38 to 46 teeth. Each side of the upper jaw has about 13 to 15 smooth, triangular teeth, and sometimes a small central tooth, called a symphyseal. The... Read More »

How many teeth does a lemon shark lose in a year?

Sharks have an average of 40 teeth in each jaw, divided by rows. A lemon shark will lose its entire set of teeth every seven to eight days, and all at the same time, adding up to nearly 4,200 teeth... Read More »

How long would a great white shark live if placed in apple juice?

First of all, we "all"already knew that you were not really going to do it. You didn't need to make that clarification. Now he would live only until he died from lack of oxygen and salt about 5 min... Read More »

Australians: Should the Great White Shark be taken off the protected speices list?

Definitely not! There are already too many people out to get them (then chop their fins off and throw them back into the ocean to die).