Sharks' Teeth for sale

Sharks shed and replace between 10,000 and 35,000 teeth over their lifetime. The 4 types of teeth reflect the diet of the shark:

  • Dense flattened teeth to crush prey.
  • Needle-like teeth to feed on medium sized fish and even some small sharks.
  • Pointed lower teeth and triangular upper teeth to cut larger prey such as mammals and fish.
  • Non-functional teeth for those sharks eating plankton (eg Basking or Whale shark).

The largest prehistoric shark is known as the Megalodon, similar in size to the Great White Shark.