Cow's Teeth?

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A cow's mouth is adapted for grazing, thus it has teeth specially adapted for the same. Cows have 32 teeth in all, 8 incisors on the bottom part and 6 molars on the top and bottom parts on each side. The cow tears grass from the field and grinds it between the two mouth parts.
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