How many rows of teeth does a great white shark have?
The Great White Shark has five rows of around
46 teeth each. It has an average total of 230 teeth. 24-26
positioned in the top jaw and 22-24 positioned in the lower jaw
making 48-50 different teeth. The teeth are arranged in rows of 5-7
teeth like a conveyor belt. When a tooth falls out from the front
the tooth from the next row moves up to take its place. This
results in the perfect eating machine.