How Many Teeth Does a Mosquito Have?

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A mosquito has 47 teeth.The proboscis on a mosquito is actually a complicated structure, which has six main parts, 4 areas of sharp, flexible cutting instruments (teeth), and two tubes; one which draws blood from the host and the other other which delivers an anti-clotting enzyme to the wound.
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Mosquito
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Diptera
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Four sets. Mosquitos have four knife-like tools of serrated teeth that surround a pair of fine tubes -- one for dripping a pain suppressor and one for sucking blood.
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