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Mammals require large amounts of oxygen and food to maintain their metabolism. They are often social animals.

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    Types of Teeth

    Types of Teeth

    by Mark Holmstrom //basic

    Naturalist Rudy Mancke shows us different types of teeth in a mammal skull. Video Courtesy of South Carolina ETV.

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