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Out of all the mammals on earth, there are only two groups that don’t grow any teeth: pangolins and anteaters. Because they don’t have any teeth, they have no way to chew their food. Fortunately, both groups of animals don’t need to chew. Instead, they have long sticky tongues for capturing ants and other insects!


However, they do not have teeth. They have a hard mouth, with a sharpened edge instead. The giant anteater, whose diet usually consists of ants and termites, is another animal that has no teeth.Certain whales like the baleen whales for example, have no teeth either. A more unusual animal with no teeth is a Pangolin, which is found in Africa and ...


There are many animals without teeth, but almost every animal has some kind of jaws it can open and close to take in food. Except the anteater! This strange-looking creature from South America appears to have no mouth, for his snout is shaped like a tube and contains neither teeth nor jaws.


all birds dont have teeth. whales dont have teeth. most reptiles dont have teath. the komodo dragon is the only reptile i can think of that has teeth. all amphibians dont have teeth. octopus squid all microorganisms(too bad theyre not animals) jellyfish uhh crabs? no i dont think so.


Yes, carnivores have teeth that tear while herbivores have crushing teeth. If you look at a dog's or cat's teeth, that is what meat eating animals teeth look like.


Here are 10 fun facts about animal teeth: 1. Snails have the most teeth of any animal. Snails teeth are not like regular teeth. A snail’s teeth are arranged in rows on its tongue. A garden snail has about 14,000 teeth while other species can have over 20,000.


Well there are no animals without teeth unless you were to pull them, an animal were to lose them, and natural causes so all animals have teeth. share with friends.


They have rows of wide, flat teeth for chewing grass, leaves, and other tough plant matter. Lions, tigers, wolves, and foxes are carnivores (meat-eaters). They have long, pointed teeth to grip their prey and sharp teeth for cutting up meat. These animals do not have flat chewing teeth because they swallow their food in chunks.


In a departure from the norm of symmetry in the animal kingdom, the narwhal’s enormous weapon is actually a modified right canine tooth that angles forwards and extends through the animal’s forehead. The narwhal has no other teeth in its oddly-shaped jaws, but on occasion, the left canine socket may sprout a second “tusk,” sometimes of ...


Certain animals are equipped with teeth that are suited to the consumption of a particular diet. Carnivores, herbivores, and omnivores may have some overlap in the size and shape of teeth, but looking at all of the teeth in the jaw will give you a good idea of the food types each animal relies on.