Lions have 30 adult teeth that are composed of 12 incisors, four canines, 10 premolars and four molars. The permanent teeth of a lion begin to break through the gums at 3 months of age and continue to develop until age 1... More »

Lions have a total of 30 teeth, including incisors, canines, premolars and molars. Lions have extremely sharp teeth and are able to open their jaws to approximately 4 inches wide. More »

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Like other mammals, an African lion's teeth are referred to, generally, as teeth. Lions do have individual types of teeth, including incisors, canines, premolars and molars, and a dental formula that applies to healthy, ... More »

Lions have a total of 30 teeth, including incisors, canines, premolars and molars. Lions have extremely sharp teeth and are able to open their jaws to approximately 4 inches wide. More »

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The four types of mammalian teeth are the incisors, the canines, the molars and the premolars. The canine teeth are cone shaped and sharp while the incisors are shaped like a chisel. The molars and premolars are for chew... More »

An adult human mouth typically contains 32 teeth, including eight premolars, 12 molars, eight incisors, four canines and four wisdom teeth. Children generally have 20 deciduous or baby teeth, including eight molars, eigh... More »

Most, but not all, bears have 42 teeth, which include 12 incisors, four canines, 10 molars and 16 premolars. Bears are usually omnivores, meaning they eat plants and meats. More »