Imagine you lost your front teeth... but animal teeth grew back in instead?!
Animals have a lot of different teeth to help them eat, protect themselves, and do much more.
Watch the video below reading the book 'What If You Had Animal Teeth?!' Learn about the different teeth that animals have, and why they have different teeth.
Farm animals, like goats and cows have special teeth. Look at the photos below to see the type of teeth that cows have. Do you notice something silly about the cow's teeth?! What are they missing?
Cows do not have upper front teeth! Cows do not eat meat or tough things like we do. They do not need to have upper front teeth.
Animals that only eat plants are called herbivores, like cows and goats. Animals that eat just meat are called carnivores, like tigers or wolves. Animals, like us, that eat both are called omnivores.
If you could have another animal's teeth, what would you pick?! Look at the worksheet below and draw and write what animal teeth you would choose.
What if you had animal teeth?! Worksheet
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