A crocodile has 64-68 cone shaped teeth, that are regually
crocodiles have 64 teeth twice as many as we have
Crocodiles have between 64 and 70 teeth.
This depends on the species. American Alligators for example have 80 teeth, whereas most crocodiles have between 64 and 74 teeth. As fisheaters, Gharials have approximately 110 teeth.
the crocodiles have canines
yes sharks are able to but i am not sure about crocodiles. No crocodiles cannot regrow broken teeth.
crocodiles teeth are a bit long. well they can bite through a lot of human flesh.
Crocodiles are born with teeth but I don't know how many L
a spinosaurus teeth was the same as crocodiles teeth today
they get birds to clean there teeth and skin
Crocodile teeth protrude out more than alligator teeth.
The average crocodile has between 64 and 69 teeth. They are born with small sharp teeth and as they fall out others grow in their place.
Cows and kangaroos have rounded teeth that helps them chew on plant material. Crocodiles have sharp teeth for grinding meat.
No they dont. But there sharp
in its lifetime crocodile shed about 3,000 teeth
They have 10 canines in each jaw.
They look like american crocodiles except saltwater crocodiles are much taller, longer, and have sharper teeth.
Because the replacement teeth grow inside the existing one.
To get birds to clean their teeth!
Anything it can get it's teeth on!
there double sets of teeth
crocodiles teeth do fall out as human teeth. it needs a bit of TLC and brushing to keep it a cracking deals
Crocodiles eat through their mouths, like most advanced animals. They have very powerful jaws and teeth.
It has sharp teeth and they have an extra pair of eyelid.
to clean meat out of crocodiles teeth
Crocodiles have about 64-68 teeth. They are continually replaced throughout its life until very old age, therefore a crocodile could go through over 3,000 teeth in its lifetime