Lions have 30 teeth
Cave lions' teeth are up to 6 inches long.
Teeth of Lions Rule the Divine was created in 2001.
Lions have large sharp teeth to kill its prey and to tear off the meat
a rhinos teeth
Lions have molars and sharp canines.
Lions are born without teeth. They begin to emerge a few weeks after birth.
Mountain lions are cougars. They use there teeth to chomp down heavy musles
Sea lions typically have 34 to 38 teeth. They have small, sharp teeth at the front to bite down on prey.
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No, snakes have fangs, lions have canine teeth.
Birds of prey have talons. Lions have claws and teeth.
Lions use there claws and their sharp teeth.
Lions use their teeth in hunting by clamping the teeth around the prey's neck. This sufocates the prey thus killing it. Lions also use their teeth to eat and kill predators. They don't sufficate prey with their teeth! They snap their necks. They say that in just about every wildlife video.
White lions and normal lions are the same so lions should have sharp teeth plus claws because they hunt animals and their sharp teeth and sharp claws are two of the adaptations they have that are essential to bringing down prey.
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a lions teeth are sharp and a giraffes teeth are not
because lions are meat eaters with sharp teeth
Lions are meat eaters and need sharp teeth to help kill there prey and to rip the meat from a carcas.