Humans have a maximum bite strength of 120 pounds (PSI). The bite strength of salt water crocodiles was physically measured in 2012, what was the strongest bite strength measured?
Answer 3,700 PSI
While being criticized for their weak jaw opening muscles (their jaws can be kept closed with a strong rubber band) crocodiles have very strong jaw closing muscles. With the ability to close with a force of 3,700 PSI, they are stronger than any other recorded bite.
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