New Study Reveals: Sharks Have Weak Biting Strength

A new study out this week reveals sharks have relatively *weak* biting strength.

Researchers say that sharks are successful hunters mainly due to their sheer size, wide jaws and razor-sharp teeth.

The University of Tampa, Florida, conducted this shark bite study and indicated that other animal hunters, like lions and tigers, easily win over sharks for jaw power. But weaker jaw or not, researchers say you don't want to cross paths with a shark.


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