firstly, Vikings did not bite their oars in half,
a) their much too hard,
b) their much too big,
c) the Vikings generally had poor teeth.
secondly the average diameter of a viking oar was roughly the diameter of a mans upper arm at the grip end and roughly the diameter of a mans lower leg at the business end, plus the blade.
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No they valued their oars ,you must be thinking of ears
they would bite each others ears off.
Not only would it be physicaly impossible, the Vikings were very pragmatic - destroying useful equipment wasn't their style! It's possible that there's a story of Odin doing this in a rage, but I've never heard of it.
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