The animals with long incisors in front are known as?
the two order of mammals that have continually growing incisors are Rodentia(rodents) and Lagomorpha(rabbits, hares etc...). They are herbivores. The rest are carnivores and omnivores. All are mammals.
Single-celled animals are known as protozoa. An amoeba is protozoan, and probably the organism with which most students are familiar. Others include paramecium, euglena, and chlamydomonas, but the list is long. Click the Related Links to see an alphabetic list and pictures of all known single-cell animals.
Teeth are a good way to determine age. Baby teeth: 2 weeks: Deciduous incisors (the small teeth at the front) begin to come in. 3 - 4 weeks: Deciduous canines (the long, pointy teeth next to the front teeth) begin to come in. 4 - 6 weeks: Deciduous pre-molars (also known biscupids, these are the teeth located between the canine and molar teeth) begin to come in. 8 weeks: All baby teeth have come in…