The teeth of the killer whale are quite large and have a cone-shaped shape with a slight bend. Sharp or not? On the one hand, the teeth of the killer whale can be called sharp, especially in the front of the jaw. They have a pointed shape, but this was not sewn. Since the thickness of the teeth is thick. And when the teeth wear and wash, they become more blunt and not sharp. So the answer is whether the teeth of the killer whale are sharp or not sharp will not be unambiguous. But we can say for sure that initially the teeth of the killer whale have a pointed shape, which means they are sharp.