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Explain why we cannot use our canine teeth for biting into apples or our incisors for chewing?


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Incisors are the sharp teeth in the front with chisel-like edges. Thus, they can be used for biting, but not for chewing. Canines are the large pointed teeth on the either side of the incisors. They cannot be used for biting as they are not present in the front.

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