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Snails And Slugs Do Have A Teeth
Snails And Slugs Do Have A Teeth by Starboy(m): Mon 07, February, 2022
Snails have teeth! Yes!

Unbelievable, right?

What's even more unbelievable is that they have a jaw that holds thousands of teeth.

Snails and slugs eat with a jaw and a flexible band of thousands of microscopic teeth, called a radula. The radula scrapes up, or rasps, food particles and the jaw cuts off larger pieces of food, like a leaf, to be rasped by the radula.

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