Sharks eat on almost every creature in the
ocean. They eat crabs, fish, turtles, seals, and penguins. All
kinds of sharks eat on different kinds of food. Different sharks
have different kinds of jaws and teeth.
Some teeth fall out every time they eat, but
new teeth come in. A shark has more than hundreds of teeth throughout
his life. Sharks can't chew. If there is a meal that is too big,
a shark tears it from side to side into chunks.
Shark's teeth are a bunch of knives for catching
and slicing up food. The shark's long, spiky teeth can chop up
an octopus or squid. Sharped and pointed teeth can cut through
a fish full of bones. Hard, flat teeth can crunch up shellfish,
like lobsters and crabs, and even grind through a hard shell.