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Average Human Bite Power Statistics

The average human bite power is estimated to be around 162 pounds of force per square inch.

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"The average human bite power is approximately 162 pounds per square inch."

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"A common mustard bite (a specific dental structure) can generate more bite power, averaging 235 pounds per square inch"

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"Women tend to have slightly less bite force, averaging around 150 pounds per square inch."

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"Middle-aged adults have a slightly higher biting force, peaking at 170 pounds per square inch on average."

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"Human bite force declines with age, dropping to about 106-134 pounds per square inch on average by age 70."

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"Chewing food typically requires a bite force of 70-150 pounds per square inch on average."

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"Researchers found that in average bite strength, human men ranked 13th out of the 20 animals tested"

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"Non-human primates like gorillas have more than double the average human bite force."

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"The average biting force of the human front teeth is estimated to be 55 pounds."

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"Due to the design and position of the teeth, the biting force of the canines and incisors is much lower than that of the molars."

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"A study revealed that bite force in humans varies between different ethnic groups, the average being around 150 pounds per square inch"

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"In a desperate situation, a human could bite with a force of 200 pounds per square inch, and theoretically could bite through a finger."

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"The jaw of an adult human can close teeth with a force as high as 200 pounds, or 890 newtons."

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"The maximum voluntary bite force for the incisor region was 207 N in males and 189 N in females."

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"The bite force of upper teeth can be up to 150% greater than the force of lower teeth."

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