How Many Teeth Do Alligators Have?

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Alligators are reptiles that are found mainly in America, and have 74 to 80 teeth which are replaced when they wear down and this can make them go through 2,000 to 3,000 teeth in their life. They are found in the family of alligatoridae; both male and female alligator have an armoured body with flat tail and bony plates called osteoderms, they have long snout which faces nostril and this helps them in breathing while their entire body is in water. The young alligator have yellow striped body while an adult have dark stripes on the tail.
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Alligators have 74 - 80 teeth and they wear down and get replaced over a lifetime. Watch out!
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For the American alligator - 5 on each premaxilla, 19 or 20 on each maxilla, 14-15 on each dentary (lower jaw). There are two of each bone, so that would be a range of from 76 to
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Inside an alligator’s strong jaws are up to 80 sharp, cone-shaped teeth.
The amount of teeth an alligator has can vary between each one. However, alligators typically have a range of 74 to 80 teeth in their entire mouth. You can find more information here: http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/cnhc/csp_amis.htm
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