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a tooth is concidered a bone!
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Answer Tooth is bone....
No, teeth are not bones. Is the "skin" lining your stomach skin? It is soft like your "outside skin," but it is not the same. Bones are defined by the presence of osteoblast…s and osteoclasts, the two types of cells that produce and dissolve BONE in the body. Teeth are made by odontoblasts and ameloblasts, which are totally distinct and different from osteoblasts.
You have to go to the Ancient Ruins and enter the cave. Basically, you can just fall down. Hop from log to log, and at the dead end, jump onto the shifting ledge above you. Wh…ile you're on that ledge, jump up to the next ledge, and then to a swinging ledge. To your left will be a code inserter. Click on it. Click on these symbols: 1. The triangle and an arrow facing downward. 2. The half-square with a square inside it. 3. The sort of rectangle with a line going through it. 4. The spiral, except in square instead of circle form. Now press the nose. The wall will descend into a passageway. Go left. Basically, now you could just fall again. Hop from log to log until you reach a golden shark statue with a caterpillar crawling on it. Jump up to the top, but avoid the caterpillar! Jump onto a swinging ledge, which will lead you to another ledge. And then another ledge, which will lead you to this "Tooth Ditch." Drop inside the "Tooth Ditch." To your left will be a shark head, and inside will be a bone! ~Good luck! ;)
The bone is down in the underground ruins. You will find it at the bottom of the hole with spikes on its sides, just left of the statue with the giant centipede on it.
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A tooth isn't just considered bone - it is bone.
these are two different elements, thigh bone is "bone" and a tooth is enamel
Enamel is developed during infancy and adolescence only. Once the tooth has erupted into the mouth, no more enamel is created. Enamel has no innervation and no blood supply. I…n short, it is not living tissue, and cannot be healed if broken by trauma or disease (tooth decay). In contrast, bone tissue has blood supply and innervation. It continues to replace it's worn out cells throughout life, and it is capable of healing if damaged through injury or disease.
Because like bones,it does not decompose. So it is considered a bone.
The crown is harder then a bone.