Tiger Shark

Tiger Shark

Tiger sharks have serrated teeth, making it easy to tear flesh and crack the bones and shells of their prey.

Tiger sharks have serrated teeth, making it easy to tear flesh and crack the bones and shells of their prey. Serrated teeth give this species the ability to penetrate the shells of sea turtles.


Image | ©️ Stefan Kühn, Some Rights Reserved (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Sources | (Draper, 2011; Heithaus, 2001; Heithaus, Dill, Marshall, & Buhleier, 2002; Heithaus, et al., 2007; Pratt, Jr., 1988; Read, 2010)

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