Do Giraffe Have Teeth?

How many teeth does a giraffe have?

Giraffes If you’ve ever wondered if there are animals out there with the same number of teeth as humans, look no further. Giraffes have 32 teeth too! They use their long tongues to pull leaves into their mouths before chewing.

Do giraffes have two hearts?

A giraffe’s super muscular heart is two feet long and weighs about 25 pounds. It pumps 16 gallons a minute. A remarkable network of veins and one-way valves prevent back-flow, keeping blood from rushing to the head.

Why do giraffes only have bottom teeth?

Like most ruminants — animals that chew their cud, such as cows — they, instead, have a thick dental pad up front. They grind their food against it. As herbivores, giraffes eat only plants. Giraffes have molars on the bottom and the top of the jaw.

What animals have teeth like humans?

As humans, we are considered omnivores because we eat both plants and meat. Though there are many animals who are also omnivores, like bears and pigs, human teeth have evolved specifically for our diets and eating habits. We use our molars for grinding and our incisors and canines for ripping and biting into our food.