Cows Don’t Have Upper Front Teeth

Photo courtesy: Pritam B. Debnath

When grass is being eaten by cow, they press their sharp bottom teeth against the top of their mouth, which consists of a hard palate. This, in turn, cuts the blades of grass so they can chew the grass. In other words, they cannot “bite”.


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