How Big Are a Hippos Teeth?


A hippo's canine teeth can grow as long as 3 feet in length so they can get pretty big.When their molars have worn down and are no longer able to grind up food, the hippo dies.
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The Hippopotamus- and for just reason it is protected from commercial hunting, has the largest teeth in proportion to body size of any living animal, even whale"s teeth are not
The hippopotamus's teeth, being made of bone, are usually white or a slight
(I3/3, C1/1, P4/4, M3/3) × 2 = 44. That means 6 upper and 6 lower incisors, 2 upper and 2 lower canines, 8 upper and 8 lower premolars, and 6 upper and 6 lower molars.
A hippo has 40 teeth. When you see a hippopotamus opening its mouth, it seems as though they have only four! But they actually have 40 teeth. The incisors that you noticed, and the
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Artiodactyla Family: Hippopotamidae Genus: Hippopotamus Species: Hippopotamus amphibius
The Hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius) is a large, plant-eating African mammal, one of only two living and three (or four) recently extinct species in the family Hippopotamidae. Hippopotamuses ('hippopotami' is also... More »
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The common hippopotamus is becoming endangered because its natural habitat is reduced and they are hunted for meat illegally as well as for their ivory teeth. ...
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