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www.nationalgeographic.org/activity/big-cats-big-teeth

Ask students to compare the amount of teeth lions and humans have. Explain that adult lions have 30 teeth and adult humans have between 28 and 32. As kids, however, humans only have 20 teeth and they are temporary, or “baby” teeth. Ask students to compare the size (length) of their canine teeth to those of lions and adult humans.

www.answers.com/Q/How_long_are_a_lion's_canine_teeth

A africa lion would be aroung 3 to 4 inches Lion's teeth are used to kill prey and for eating. The canine teeth are sharp and allow them to grap hold of their prey.

lionalert.org/lets-look-at-lions

Teeth. Lions have three types of teeth: Incisors, the smallest teeth at the front of the mouth, are used for gripping and tearing meat. Canines, the four largest teeth (either side of the incisors), can reach up to 7 centimetres in length. They are used to rip skin and tear away meat.

www.tapatalk.com/.../lion-and-tiger-claw-sizes-canine-bend-stength-t3101.html

lioness2010 wrote:Okay the lion is pretty much the same animal as a tiger, but has claws the size of jaguars, leopards, and cheetahs. I seriously think you need to look up more information. A lot of people have agreed that the lion claw in that scale, is not that of a adult lion.

www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/88994-lions-tooth-bears-tooth-pendant

Lions teeth have very strong medicine and should be handled and worn with much respect. I also discovered that the larger of the "canine" teeth average about 4" to 4 1/2" in length. BEARS TOOTH? Bear-tooth pendants are interesting artifacts of the Viking Age. Both genuine teeth and bronze imitations were used as pendants.

www.tapatalk.com/groups/animalsversesanimals/impressive-tiger-and-lion-canines...

Look at the tigers front teeth, and look at how these sabertooth like canines are like 15 times as long. Now look at these shorty stubby canines. There only about 3 times as long as the front teeth. The lions you all post are less than half the length of tiger canines. Just look at how long they are in comparison with the front teeth.

www.britannica.com/science/canine-tooth

Canine tooth, also called cuspid or eye tooth, in mammals, any of the single-cusped (pointed), usually single-rooted teeth adapted for tearing food, and occurring behind or beside the incisors (front teeth). Often the largest teeth in the mouth, the canines project beyond the level of the other teeth and may interlock when the mouth is closed, restricting the animal to an up-and-down chewing ...

wildfact.com/forum/topic-skulls-skeletons-canines-claws?page=2

- The Cave lion canine is very close to the African lion canine, except it is proportionally more robust, albeit not much longer in length. - Compared to the lion canine and tiger canine, the lion canine is more banana-like where the middle part is the broadest, while the tiger canine seems to be more refined in proportion.

www.mun.ca/biology/scarr/4505_Felid_Teeth.htm

But the mouth of a cat has a second notable feature in the size of its canine teeth. Those of the domestic cat are small but needle-sharp; those of a lion or tiger are massive conical structures---especially the upper ones, in which the unworn crown (the Dart that stands above the gum) may be up to 8 cm long in a large male.

nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/golden-lion-tamarin

They have narrow hands and feet, long canine teeth, and short incisor teeth like other tamarins and marmosets. Size Golden lion tamarins are small monkeys, weighing 17 to 24 ounces (482 to 680 grams) and measuring 6 to 10 inches (15 to 25 centimeters) in length with a tail of about 12 to 15 inches (32 to 40 centimeters).