Dentally challenged great white shark greets divers



Pete Thomas

Great white sharks often shed teeth while attacking prey or biting other objects, but replacement teeth quickly fill voids. The apex predators, in fact, might grow as many as 20,000 teeth in a lifetime.—Agencies

Previous articleGen. David has 2 regrets about post-9/11 order
Next articleWang Yi attends first foreign ministers’ meeting on the Afghan issue among neighbouring countries of Afghanistan