Do Dolphins Have Teeth?

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Dolphins such as Atlantic bottlenose have 80-100 cone-shaped teeth. They have only a single set of teeth, which erects as calves and are referred to 'milk-teeth'. So if they break or lose a tooth, it will not be substituted by another.
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Dolphins have conical shaped teeth used to catch prey, but not for chewing.
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