Sperm Whales

Sperm whales have up to 26 lower jaw teeth. The lower jaw is small and has cone-shaped teeth. The sperm whale's principal food source is the giant squid, yet its teeth aren't used in feeding. Their teeth are 8" long.


Tigers' powerful jaws help them snag moving prey. The upper jaw has 16 and the lower jaw has 14. Tigers' lower jaws only move up and down. Their carnassial teeth tear flesh. Tiger snarls reveal its enormous teeth.


Short crocodile teeth. Sharp teeth. Crocodiles bite and grip their victims with their teeth. The animal is then drowned. They consume huge pieces since they can't chew. Crocodile bites are powerful.


Females have 36–40 permanent teeth and males 40–42. Unlike mares, stallions have two incisors. Horse teeth average 4.5 to 5 inches long, but molars can be longer.


Walruses have rudimentary teeth in addition to their long tusks. Some walruses have 32 teeth; most have 18. Two-inch teeth. Even though walrus teeth aren't used for eating, humans avoid them.


Average chimp has 32 teeth. Canines are the longest of their teeth. The chimp's mouth has long canine teeth. Chimps grow permanent teeth as adults.


Camel's mature teeth are ordinary length, save for its four canines. Camels' permanent teeth don't start growing until they're 5 years old. Camels have 34 teeth.


Beaver incisors typically 25 millimetres long. They're chisel-shaped, so they can bite through wood. Beavers' teeth grow continuously, which is why they wear them down chewing wood.


Dog teeth are weapons and food cutters. Canines name dogs. Mammal's largest teeth. Most species with incisors have four, two in the upper and two in the lower jaw.

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