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How many teeth can a spinosaurus have?
Question Date: 2018-05-02
Answer 1:

A spinosaurus can have around 36 teeth on the upper jaw (12 or 14 in the front, and another 24 behind that). I was not able to find a number for the bottom jaw. Assuming the same number as on the upper jaw should give a decent estimate, for a total number of teeth of around 70-80.



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