Explore mammals' teeth with this matching game and coloring book!
Some mammals eat leaves. Others chomp enormous bones. And some mammals don't need any teeth at all! Mammal teeth are specialized for their diets.

Mammal teeth can look really different from each other. But mammals' mouths have four main types of teeth: incisors, canines, premolars, and molars.

Incisors are the teeth at the front of your mouth. Mammals use them to grab, slice, or cut their daily food.

Canines are the long, pointy teeth in your mouth. Mammals use them to tear and cut food.

Premolars & Molars
These teeth are near the back of your mouth. Mammals use them to grind, crush, and even shear their food.