Great White Shark Bite Explained

The great white shark's flesh-tearing teeth get all the glory for the predator's ferocity. But new research suggests there's much more finesse under the hood to explain a shark's bite.
Turns out, the arrangement of their jaw muscles lets great white sharks maintain loads of bite force no matter how wide their mouths are open - mammals, like us, can't do that... Full Story>>

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