Researchers have found that sharks have very weak jaws for their size and can bite through their prey only because they have a lot of very sharp teeth - and because they can grow to be so big.
"Pound for pound, sharks don't bite all that hard," Daniel Huber of the University of Tampa in Florida, who led the study, said.
As Lee (of A Curate's Egg) commented
Big mouth, very sharp teeth. Seems enough for me.
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