What do you call a bear with no teeth?
A gummy bear!
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Bear's have 42 teeth including four long canines and twelve incisors. The exception is that of the sloth bear, which has only 40 teeth. Sloth bears have two fewer teeth than b…ears of other species to create a gap in the front of their mouths through which they may suck in insects.
To cut meat. Polar Bears are carnivors.
Panada Bears have a few sharp teeth to help them chew bamboo.
The reason any of us have teeth, for chewing food, bears also use teeth to kill their prey. also by having teeth they can tear apart their prey into smaller chunks for easier …eating
There are four main types of teeth. Each has a slightly differentshape and function. The canine teeth in the corners of your mouthhelp you tear food. Also called cuspids, the …canines are often thelargest teeth in the mouth. Incisors are the teeth in the front andcenter that you use to take bites of your food. The premolars andmolars are used for chewing and grinding food.
Almost every single one of them.
Yes, really sharp.
The maxilla and the mandible.
The Sloth bear, native to India, eats mostly insects and therefore lacks frontal incisors which are primarily used by other bears for ripping and tearing large pieces of flesh….
A Gummy Bear!
Well im guessing when they chew on tough thinks such as meat or bones then they may lose some teeth :)