How Many Teeth Does a Shark Have?


Sharks may have up to 3,000 teeth at one time. Most sharks do not chew their food, but gulp it down whole it in large pieces. The teeth are arranged in rows; when one tooth is damaged or lost, it is replaced by another. Most sharks have about 5 rows of teeth at any time. The front set is the largest and does most of the work.
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Most sharks have 5 to 15 rows of teeth in each jaw.
A great trivia question about sharks is that they can regrow teeth. At any one time a shark can have about 3,000 teeth inside their mouths.
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