how many rows of teeth do sharks have?

A Great White Can Go Through 20,000 Teeth In Its Lifetime

While the number of rows varies from species to species, sharks often have anywhere from 5 to 15 rows of teeth per jaw, with the bull shark having around 50 rows of teeth total.

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