Deer have top and bottom teeth
Whitetail and mule deer basically have two groups of teeth. The front teeth, or incisors, are used for collecting food. The back teeth or cheek teeth - molars and .
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21 Jan These canines have simply moved forward through evolutionary adaption to look and function like incisors. Deer feed with these front teeth by.
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Deer Anatomy – Mouth/Teeth
Description:Look closely at the fourth cheek tooth first molar. At this stage, estimating age is based largely on the rate of tooth wear. Tooth 3 has 3 cusps. To get a good look at the cheek teeth premolars and molars , you need to cut back the lip and cheek skin. As surely as a 6-year-old child will soon lose her two front teeth, an month-old buck will be in the process of losing its third premolar. We have to go back many, many years to understand the relationship between the whitetail and its prehistoric ancestors.