What do you call a bear with no teeth?
A gummy bear!
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Answer Yes, they actually are! Yes, they have sharp teeth to rip their prey open like a fish. If you find a polar bear tooth in a museum don't touch it might make a hole in your finger
they have 42 teeth in total, and are very pointy to help them eat and tear apart meat:]
Polar Bears have 42 teeth in total, which are used for catching their prey and ripping up the flesh for digestion. They use the incisors to shear off pieces of flesh and blubber. The canine teeth are used to tear through hides and grasp the prey. They use their jagged premolars and molars mainly for… tearing the meat, but also for chewing, although Polar bears tend to swallow most of their food in large chunks rather than chewing it up first. (MORE)
Adult Polar Bears have 42 teeth. They have canines that are larger and longer than any other bears, and both their carnassials and molars are sharper and used for shearing and biting, not for grinding.
Yes. I would like to know more about the teeth though. All I know is that the amount of wear on their teeth affects their mating habbits, and that most koalas die from starvation once their teeh are worn down so much that they can't grind the tough eucalyptus leaves.
The Polar Bear has 42 teeth in total. The canine teeth grasp the Polar Bear's prey and tear through the tough hides. The incisors shear off pieces of blubber and flesh so the premolars and molars can tear and chew. But Polar Bears, really swallow most of their food in large chunks rather than chewin…g it as your mother taught you. The Grizzly has 42 teeth as well. There are 12 incisors for shearing meat, and 16 premolars, and 10 molars for tearing and chewing. Plus 4 canines that help grasp whatever prey the Grizzly has caught. Even though the Grizzly eats both plant and animals, their tooth structure is similar to that of the Polar Bear. For more details, please see sites listed below. (MORE)
Because by the time you get them, you are old enough and smart enough to grab pliers and rip them out yourself instead going to the dentist and giving them a ridiculous amount to do it when you have all of the tools to do so in your shed.
42 teeth. The canines are larger and longer than any other bears, and both their carnassials and molars are sharper and used for shearing and biting and not for grinding..
Bear's have 42 teeth including four long canines and twelve incisors. The exception is that of the sloth bear, which has only 40 teeth. Sloth bears have two fewer teeth than bears of other species to create a gap in the front of their mouths through which they may suck in insects.
Teeth 6 and 11 are called cuspids, or canine teeth. They aresingle-rooted and labial surface because they are next to the lips.They are used for gripping and tearing food.
Well I am not sure but I think Lions teeth are called exactly the same as humans teeth..
Bears have very interesting teeth. Their front teeth are very sharpfor ripping meat, while their back teeth are flat for grindingfruits and insects.
The pointy teeth in the mouth are named "Canines" and are commonamong mammals, usually being enlarged in carnivores. Canine teethcan be found between the incisors and premolar teeth in mammals. .
this may sound like a stupid answer but teeth are teeth. Sorry they don't have another name unless you use the singular tense then it is tooth.
you need to buy a bathroom sink at the bear stuff store then click on the toothbrush picture inside the bear head when you're in the same room as your sink and your bear will brush their teeth!
bears do not have the most teeth. I think a crocodile and shark have more teeth than a bear
Sun bears have a total of 40 teeth including two very sharp canines. Their canines, which are used to bite through twigs and big leaves, are recorded to be as long as 5 inches!
Panda bears teeth are very strong they are like a canines teeth pandas could bite through bamboo.
Most people agree that the words "Bull" and "Bear" came from fights in the Midwest they would chain a bear to a stake, and release a bull to charge it. the bull would thrust its horns "up" into the bear to win, while the bear would bite "down" on the bull to win. Thus the terms "Bullish" and "Bearis…h" had came to the stock market . (MORE)
The dental structure of seven of the eight bear species is characterized by 42 teeth. The exception is that of the sloth bear, which has only 40 teeth. Sloth bears have two fewer teeth than bears of other species to create a gap in the front of their mouths through which they may suck in insects.
The reason any of us have teeth, for chewing food, bears also use teeth to kill their prey. also by having teeth they can tear apart their prey into smaller chunks for easier eating
All bears have 42 teeth except the sloth bear, which has only 40 to create a gap in the front through which they can suck in insects.
42 total 3 incisors both sides top and bottom 1 canines both sides top and bottom 4 pre-molars both sides top and bottom 2 molars both sides on top 3 molars both sides on the bottom 20 teeth on top and 22 on the bottom
buy a sink then bring him in the room were you put the sink click on him two times on the list it will say brush your teeth click on that then he will walk up to the sink and brush his teeth.
Bear Grylls was christened Edward. Then when he was a few days old his sister called him Teddy, then that became Bear.
The Asian black bear, also known as the moon bear or white-chested bear,is a medium-sized species of bear, largely adapted for arboreal life, seen across much of the Himalayas and the northern parts of the Indian Subcontinent, Korea, northeastern China, the Russian far east and the HonshÅ« and Sh…ikoku islands of Japan. It is classed by the IUCN as a vulnerable species, mostly due to deforestation and active hunting for its body parts. The species ismorphologically very similar to some prehistoric bears, and is thought by some scientists to be the ancestor of other extant bear species. Though largely herbivorous, Asian black bears can be very aggressive toward humans, and have frequently attacked people without provocation. The species was described by Rudyard Kipling as "the most bizarre of the ursine species and made by Quinton Tarlton. (MORE)
Which teeth are we talking about here? The canines, the incisors or the molars? If the canines, then on average they are around 3 to 4 inches in length.
I would guess because when they make noise, it sounds like they are saying "bear." Just watch some youtube videos...
There are four main types of teeth. Each has a slightly differentshape and function. The canine teeth in the corners of your mouthhelp you tear food. Also called cuspids, the canines are often thelargest teeth in the mouth. Incisors are the teeth in the front andcenter that you use to take bites of …your food. The premolars andmolars are used for chewing and grinding food. (MORE)
It is important to understand that the taxonomy (classification andgrouping) of animals can change over time. When first described byEuropean scientists, giant pandas were classified as bears or ursid(a family of carnivores ) in the mammal class of vertebrateanimals. Then for a few decades, scientis…ts thought that theyweren't bears and placed them, still within the carnivore order butin a family closer to raccoons. In the last fifteen years, afterfurther study and aided by the new science of gene mapping, pandashave been returned to the bear family. (MORE)
Wisdom teeth are called wisdom teeth because you get them usually around 18 when you are a legal adult.
Polar bears are carnivores. Like most carnivores, they use their sharp carnassial teeth to tear the meat off of their kill and then swallow it, without chewing. Raw meat is easier to digest than cooked meat or vegetation, and chewing meat is not necessary for most meat eating animals.
they are called what you are not so you can stuff it up you frog lip
The whales with teeth are called toothed whales. The ones that don't have teeth are called baleen whales. Baleen whales use filters to drain out water from plankton.
Polar Bears have sharp teeth and sharp claws because they arecarnivores. Carnivores need such parts to rip through flesh andsuch. Also, to fight off enemies. I mean, that's basically whyPolar bears--or any other bear for that matter--have such sharpclaws and fangs.
After George Halas moved the team to Chicago, he named them after baseball's Chicago Cubs. The Bears originally played in Wrigley Field, the Cubs' home park.
First you have to have a sink. When you have that, go to the room it is in. When you go there, double click on the bear. After that, look right above you chat bar. You should see three options, to feed it, make it sleep, or brush its teeth. Click the toothbrush and it should work. You do the same th…ing to make it sleep. Buy a bed, and go to the room it's in. Double click on the bear and click the sleep button above your chat bar. When your bear is hungry, you can feed it anywhere in your house. Double click on the bear and click the apple. Hope this helps! (MORE)
They are called incisors. 4 central incisors (up and down) 4 lateral incisors (up and down)
Ferrets have 4 types of teeth. An adult ferret has 34 teeth in total 12 incisors - the small teeth which are only a few milometers in size 4 Canines - long fang like teeth which are used to kill prey 12 premolars - At the side of the mouth which are used for chewing 6 molars - At the back of the …mouth which are used to crush and chew food A kit (baby ferret) is usually born without teeth. After a few weeks it will get it's 30 baby teeth. These teeth will be lost by the age of 9 months and the ferret will have its 34 permanent teeth instead (MORE)
Oddly enough, pretty much the same type and number of teeth as the average human, only with much larger cuspids (canines). Bears like humans are omnivores.
The Sloth bear, native to India, eats mostly insects and therefore lacks frontal incisors which are primarily used by other bears for ripping and tearing large pieces of flesh.
Your typical vampire does not have fangs. Fangs are a result of Count Dracula who, in addition to being a vampire, was also a high level sorcerer as well and could alter his physical form. Most vampires do not have this ability and actually get at blood by employing knives or prods.
Well im guessing when they chew on tough thinks such as meat or bones then they may lose some teeth :)
No in bears only have one row of teeth where as sharks have hundreds also the common bear's teeth are bigger then a sharks but a shark has sharper teeth :)
Bear's teeth help almost all of the bears survive, for example; polar bears need their teeth to tear of meat from seals and other animals. Teeth also help bears to protect them. A hard bite in you neck from a grizzly can easily take your head off. You get the picture
If you have a Cub Condo, Ski Lodge, Beachfront Home or Cruise Ship Cabin in-game, buy a sink from the Bear Stuff Store and put in in your condo. Then, double-click your bear and click on the option to have it brush its teeth.
It is called a gear tooth. There can be many types of teeth based on the gear design; such as spur, helical, straight bevel, spiral bevel, hypoid, and several others.
Koalas have some resemblance to a teddy bear, hence the nickname. In Australia, they are not known as "koala bears". This term began to be phased out during the mid-twentieth century, but has remained popular with overseas visitors.
Ants don't have teeth in the way that humans and other mammals have teeth. They have jaws called mandibles and maxillae, and those jaws have pointy bits on the part with which the ant bites. (Human jaws are also called mandibles and maxillae, but they are quite different.) The pointy bits on ants…' jaws are usually called teeth, even by entomologists, the people who study insects. However, many such jaws have rows of teeth like a saw blade, and then we say that the jaw is serrated and the teeth may be called serrations. If you want to be technical, you can call one such tooth a dens, and could speak of dentes when there are many. Both words are from the Latin for tooth, from which we also get the word "dentist". If the teeth are very small, they can be called "denticles". (MORE)
They hunt and kill animals to get their meat (or fat, rather) from. They need those teeth and claws to catch and kill those animals, like seals and walruses.