• Turtle munching
One reason why crocodiles and alligators have such incredibly strong jaws is that it could help them munch on one of their favourite foods - turtles. Not the easiest things to chew on, crocodiles devour both the turtles and their shells.
• Stronger bite than your pet
Based on a survey carried out on bite strength, it might surprise you to find out that humans appear to have a stronger bite than your pet labrador.
• Strongest cat bite
Belongs not to the lion or the tiger, but to the jaguar. This cat, native of the Amazon jungle, uses its exceptionally strong bite to pierce the shells of turtles. Also unlike other big cats, it uses its super-strength jaws to deliver a crushing bite directly through the skull of its prey.
• Strongest bite of all time
A T-Rex was estimated to have a pretty powerful bite force of about 3.1 tonnes. But that pales into insignificance compared to the Megalodon - a giant prehistoric shark dubbed Big Tooth. This 50-foot monster of the ocean had a whopping bite force in the region of 18 tonnes.