World’s most strongest bite

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World’s most strongest bite & 20 Most Strongest Animal Bites In The World

 

  • 20. Cougar
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    Their muscular jaws and long canine teeth are adapted for cutting meat, tendon and sinews. They can crush the skulls and spines of large prey such as wolf and horse skulls. PSI: 350

    19. Gray Wolf
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    Their teeth are heavy and large, better suited to bone crushing than those of other canids. Though not as specialized as hyenas. This force is sufficient to break open and crush bones with only a few bites. PSI: 406

    18. Mastiff (Domestic Dog)
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    It has the highest bite force in domestic dogs, PSI: 556, surprising? the Rottweiler comes in at second with PSI: 328, third goes to the German Shepherd, with PSI: 238 and then fourth is the American Pitbull with PSI: 235

    17. Great White Shark
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    Sharks have the strongest bite among animals in class fish. The great whites PSI isn’t that big but it doesn’t necessarily need a strong bite force, because much of the damage inflicted by sharks is due to their teeth. Their teeth cut through the flesh of their prey like knife threw butter. PSI: 669

    16. African Lion
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    Lion has the weakest bite among big cats so far (leopards bite force is not yet measured, possibly weaker). They have sharp teeth, prey is usually killed by strangulation, which can cause hypoxia. PSI: 691

    15. Jaguar
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    Their teeth can pierce through the skull piercing the brain, also adapted to pierce turtle shells. Jaguars have the strongest bite compared to size among cat family. PSI: 700

  • 14. Brown Bear
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    Bears are mostly omnivorous, they have very strong teeth, the incisors are relatively big and the canine teeth are large. Unlike most animals in order carnivorous, their teeth are adapted for vegetable diet. Polar bears diet however mostly consists of seals. PSI: 850

    13. Kodiak Bear
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    Bears are mostly omnivorous, they have very strong teeth, the incisors are relatively big and the canine teeth are large. Unlike most animals in order carnivorous, their teeth are adapted for vegetable diet. Polar bears diet however mostly consists of seals. PSI: 930

    12. Siberian Tiger
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    They not only have very strong jaws but also very sharp teeth, when hunting very large prey, tigers prefer to bite the throat until the prey dies of strangulation. Tigers have the strongest bite among big cats and ranks second among carnivorous mammals. PSI: 950

    11. Alligator Snapping Turtle
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    They have the strongest bite among animals with no teeth; they are typically not prone to biting without provocation. Despite they have no teeth, their powerful jaws can easily amputate human fingers. PSI: 1004

    10. Bengal Tiger
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    They not only have very strong jaws but also very sharp teeth, when hunting very large prey, tigers prefer to bite the throat until the prey dies of strangulation. Tigers have the strongest bite among big cats and ranks second among carnivorous mammals. PSI: 1050

  • 9. Spotted/Striped Hyena

    Their teeth are more specialized for consuming coarse food, crushing and digesting large bones. Their milk contains one of the richest calcium of all land predators, from bones they eat. PSI: 1100

    8. Polar Bear
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    Bears are mostly omnivorous, they have very strong teeth, the incisors are relatively big and the canine teeth are large. Unlike most animals in order carnivorous, their teeth are adapted for vegetable diet. Polar bears diet however mostly consists of seals. PSI: 1235

    7. Grizzly Bear
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    Bears are mostly omnivorous, they have very strong teeth, the incisors are relatively big and the canine teeth are large. Unlike most animals in order carnivorous, their teeth are adapted for vegetable diet. Polar bears diet however mostly consists of seals. PSI: 1250

    6. Bull Shark
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    Sharks have the strongest bite among animals in class fish. The great whites PSI isn’t that big but it doesn’t necessarily need a strong bite force, because much of the damage inflicted by sharks is due to their teeth. Their teeth cut through the flesh of their prey like knife threw butter. PSI: 1250

    5. Silverback Gorilla
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    Their teeth are big, not very sharp but they have very strong neck and jaw muscles. Capable of giving a strong bite force. They are primary herbivores, their jaws are adapted to chew and digest hard plants like bamboos. PSI: 1300

  • 4. Hippopotamus
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    They have more powerful jaw muscles and extremely large tendons despite their teeth being less sharp compared to most carnivores. Although they’re herbivores, they have the strongest bite among all mammals. PSI: 1821

    3. American Alligator
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    Since alligators feed by grabbing and holding onto their prey, they have evolved sharp teeth for tearing and holding onto flesh. With very powerful muscles, they can close the jaws and hold them shut. PSI: 2125

    2. Nile Crocodile
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    Crocodiles have quite smaller jaw muscles and teeth anatomy adaptation like alligators. They have the strongest bite ever measured on living animals. But they have weak jaw opening strength, compared to powerful jaw closing strength. PSI: 5000

    1. Saltwater Crocodile
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    Crocodiles have quite smaller jaw muscles and teeth anatomy adaptation like alligators. They have the strongest bite ever measured on living animals. But they have weak jaw opening strength, compared to powerful jaw closing strength. PSI: 7700

 

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