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As living things need food, some animals need teeth to chew. This section is very important for the smooth digestion, as well as in humans. Animal teeth of course different to that of humans. There are ordinary, but some are terrible.

Here are 10 animals with the most amazing teeth :

1. Cumi-Cumi With Human Teeth

Cumi-Cumi With Human Teeth

In the dark depths of the sea, there was a creature that looked awful. But actually this is squid. Note the teeth are almost similar like yours man! Not as we imagine, it was not teeth hard. It just sort of lip shape so that seems scary.

2. Animals Without Jaws With Sharp Teeth

Animals Without Jaws With Sharp Teeth

Teeth of what animal is sharp and does not have a jaw? Apparently the owner is an animal of prehistoric times, about 200 million years ago. This tooth will not be seen with the naked eye. Size was definitely beyond our expectations. This beast with teeth cut food thinner than a human hair.

3. Dragonfish With Teeth Growing Tongue

Dragonfish With Teeth Growing Tongue

In addition to line gear like fish in general, the animals far away in the depths of the ocean also have teeth that grow on the tongue. Scary! However, despite looking awful, in fact these creatures no bigger than half a foot. These animals are not a threat to humans, because their habitat was deep seabed.



4. Prehistoric Shark Teeth With More Than Half Feet

Prehistoric Shark Teeth With More Than Half Feet

If dragonfish with teeth that grow on the tongue has a body size was less than half a foot, this would have a big shark teeth over it. Can imagine what if any chewing teeth are eaten by the shark? All that goes into his mouth and chewed out definitely ready to get into the stomach.

5. Teeth Lots and Small Animals

Teeth Lots and Small Animals

Snails have a number of teeth more than other animals. However, their teeth are not as we imagine. Although a thousand teeth, but they can not chew food. These teeth can become dull and falling out, and replaced with a new sharp teeth during the mollusks. Wah! Surely this is amazing so their teeth.

6. Fish Can Count tore A Cow In Seconds

Fish Can Count tore A Cow In Seconds

Who does not know the piranha fish? Animals that one is famous with sharp teeth and speed to attack prey. Animals big fish were uprooted torn on this one. Piranha has teeth triangular shape that allows them to rip the prey's body. These animals are always eating clean, leaving only bones.

7. Venomous Snake Poison In The Saving Teeth

Venomous Snake Poison In The Saving Teeth

How a viper can paralyze its prey? They bite with sharp teeth. Although only amounted to two, but it's pretty deadly teeth. Why so? Because viper venom store there. Once the prey got bite, poison entered the body and disabling.

8. Fish With Teeth Like Hair

Fish With Teeth Like Hair

Fish that this one has teeth with odd shapes. Growing from the gums, teeth, hair resembles. However, these fish you put in his mouth foam tablets. Look at his mouth which is also odd shape. With the size of the width of it, he can prey on large animals though. But what he can chew their prey with teeth hair, right?.

9. Fish With Human Teeth As Owned

Fish With Human Teeth As Owned

Teeth are lined neatly is certainly not a human tooth. He belongs to a kind of fish. And that adds another unique, consider the roof her mouth! Wah! There are also teeth that grow on the roof of the mouth. These fish must be very strong to chew his food. Approximately what hunter it?

10. Fish With Teeth Like Trees ranks

Fish With Teeth Like Trees ranks

If we look at the hills of pine from a distance, would seem triangles lined up neatly in there. It also can be seen in the mouth of these dolphins. Row of triangular teeth are lined up so neatly it makes it look sweet. But do not try to make this beast depressed, you might pounced.

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