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Which animal has the longest teeth?

Teeth are essential for survival in most parts of the animal kingdom and have all sorts of important and surprising functions. That is why they also vary considerably in size. This is an overview of the five animals with the longest teeth.

1. Narwhal

Kind: One tusk. Length: Up to 3 meters. Position: It is a very sensitive sensor.

2. African elephant

Kind: Tusks. Length: Up to 2 meters. Position: Weapon, which can also peel bark and gather food.

3. Walrus

Kind: Canines. Length: Up to 1 meter. Position: Breaking ice and finding small animals in the soil.

4. Hippopotamus

Kind: Canines. Length: 50-60 centimeters. Position: Males mainly use them to impress each other.

5. Wild boar

Kind: Curled fangs. Length: 40-45 centimeters. Position: Defender and status symbol.

The teeth of animals suit their lifestyle

Nature has equipped animals with the teeth that suit their way of life. What they have in common is that every set of teeth is essential for the survival of the animal in question. Read more in this article:

Video: TOP 5 Animals With the Biggest TEETH (February 2020).

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