Asked in Health
What teeth are designed for gripping and tearing food?
becuse teeth are use for eating foods
Asked in Alligators and Crocodiles
Can crocodiles chew?
No, they cannot chew. The teeth of a crocodile are designed for biting, gripping, or tearing their food. As with other reptiles, they swallow large sections of their prey, and it is digested without the need for pulverizing and grinding. ...
Asked in Horse Health
What body parts of horse used for getting and eating this food?
The horse uses it's long neck to reach for food, it's Vibrissae (Whiskers) to feel for and find food, and it's teeth for tearing the grass and chewing it. ...
Asked in Goats and Sheep
What body parts of the goat are designed for getting food?
The nose and eyes are designed to locate the food and the mouth teeth and tongue are used to ingest it. Goats use the mouth to pick up food. Once the food is in their mouth, they use their teeth to chew the food, and then swallow. ...
Asked in Frogs
Does a frog chew its food with its vomerine teeth?
No. The vomerine teeth are strictly for gripping and holding prey.
Asked in Frogs, The Difference Between, Toads
What does a frog have in its mouth that a toad does not?
Frogs have teeth for gripping their food (not chewing). Toads do not have teeth. teeth ...