How Many Teeth Does A Great White Shark Have?

How Many Teeth Does A Great White Shark Have?

Answer:

The amount of teeth that sharks have vary according to the species, from 5 to 15 rows of teeth in each jaw.

Sharks teeth take about one week to fall, as they do not have roots to hold them as human teeth.

When they fall, the tooth behind moves up to replace them.

This process does not take more than 24 hours.

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