11. Great White Shark (625 psi)
It may surprise you to see the villain from "Jaws" positioned so low on this list. After all, shark attacks stand for many of us as the quintessential deadly animal attack. And even if you don't have a particular fear of sharks, meeting a Great White while taking a dip in the ocean is the most likely the very last animal encounter you’d ever wish for. Indeed, don’t let this ranking dissuade you from the notion that Great Whites are as deadly as you’ve always thought. But it’s mainly the size and shape of the sharks’ teeth that make them so dangerous. With mouths full of huge razors, they simply don’t need an excess of force in order to tear through you like a knife through warm butter. That’s not to say that 625 psi of chomping power is anything to sneeze at. We’re still talking about the 11th most forceful bite on the planet.