Humans have two sets of teeth in their lifetime.
Humans grow two sets of teeth. This includes the primary set of teeth, which develop at six months of age, and the permanent teeth, which come in after the primary teeth fall out.
No, humans only have two sets of teeth in their lifetime
No. They are similar to humans, in which they have two sets of teeth - baby teeth, and permanent teeth.
An elephant has 6 sets of teeth in its lifetime
Dogs have canine teeth. Like humans, they get 2 sets of teeth in their lives. Hope this helps . :)
We will each have two sets of teeth in our lifetime.
well a crocodile usually has three to eight sets of teeth
They have 32 BUT sometimes poeple can have 100000 if your lucky!Im not joking.Believe me.Thank you for looking at this.:)
it has 80 teeth and 5 sets of replacement teeth
No. Humans generally only get two sets of teeth. The baby/milk teeth and the adult/permanent teeth. If an adult tooth is lost, there won't be a new one.
Humans have twenty deciduous teeth.
Two sets: kitten and adult.
Each person has two sets of teeth a top set and bottom set.
Sharks have 5 or more rows of teeth. Humans only have 20 baby teeth and 32 adult teeth. Sharks can re-grow teeth. Humans only get 2 sets (milk teeth and permanent teeth). Sharks have serrated edges on their teeth. Shark teeth are not attached to the jaw. Humans bite and chew with their teeth. Sharks use their teeth to rip their prey apart.
Assuming you don't include false teeth (!), we all have two sets of teeth. The deciduous teeth ("baby" teeth) which fall out in early childhood are replaced by the permanent teeth which we keep (hopefully) for a lifetime.
2; they have razor sharp baby teeth and duller adult teeth
they have 2 sets of pincers
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