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Teeth - incisors and canines

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    Charles M.
    GB
    Charles M.

    Teeth - incisors and canines

    Bridget Chelsea S.
    CA
    Bridget Chelsea S.

    Why do dogs have larger canine teeth than humans? Well that's because are carnivores - They need large canines to tear apart their meat. Humans are omnivores - which means they don't really need extremely large canines.

    Marvella G.
    US
    Marvella G.

    The dog has a larger canine teeth. TRUE or FALSE

    Marvella G.
    US
    Marvella G.

    Dogs are carnivores. TRUE or FALSE

    Marvella G.
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    Marvella G.

    Humans are omnivores TRUE or FALSE

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