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Why do so many people have wonky teeth but animals dont??

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
I was just thinking this as my cat spudge has just lost his baby teeth, lots of people I know have wonky teeth but I don't ever remember having a pet with wonky teeth.
If its a case of bad genes why don't any of my pets have wonky teeth as some of them must get mates from the lower end of the gene pool?
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Never thought about this before ha ha. But yes, you may be right.
#2
animals don't shove bottles, fingers etc in their developing mouths.........
#3
Clearly not enough inbreeding
#4
My rabbit did :thumbsup:
#5
My rabbit had wonky bottom teeth, had to have them clipped all of the time because they grew out at stupid angles. :-D
#6
choc1969
animals don't shove bottles, fingers etc in their developing mouths.........


Some people still have perfectly straight teeth & I assume they shoved bottles & fingers in their mouth.
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just did a google search for beavers and I may go blind with the results:whistling:
#8
mbgringo
Clearly not enough inbreeding


Surely the fact that we have so many more mates to choose from than most animals would mean inbreeding would be more likely in most animals therefore more chance of wonky teeth syndrome!
I've had about twenty animals & all have had perfect teeth but three of my friends & my girlfriend all have wonky teeth :?
#9
barky
just did a google search for beavers and I may go blind with the results:whistling:


LOL +1
#10
stgeorge
I've had about twenty animals & all have had perfect teeth but three of my friends & my girlfriend all have wonky teeth :?


Must be you then..............What you been putting in their mouth's :shock::oops:
#11
rangermastiffs
Must be you then..............What you been putting in their mouth's :shock::oops:


Something foooking big :w00t:
#12
i blame jawbreakers:thumbsup:
#13
I dunno really...

perhaps we inherit the teeth issues from our fathers...

I guess animals with poor teeth would have just died and so not had chance to reproduce.
#14
stgeorge
Surely the fact that we have so many more mates to choose from than most animals would mean inbreeding would be more likely in most animals therefore more chance of wonky teeth syndrome!
I've had about twenty animals & all have had perfect teeth but three of my friends & my girlfriend all have wonky teeth :?


Well - if the animals are doing it with good teeth being the result, then maybe there should be more cousin love - just sayin . . . . . :w00t: :-D
#15
mbgringo
Well - if the animals are doing it with good teeth being the result, then maybe there should be more cousin love - just sayin . . . . . :w00t: :-D


You've got a sexy Cousin haven't you :lol:
#16
ClarityofMind
I dunno really...

perhaps we inherit the teeth issues from our fathers...

I guess animals with poor teeth would have just died and so not had chance to reproduce.


Its not exactly survival of the fittest any more.
#17
stgeorge
You've got a sexy Cousin haven't you :lol:


No, not as such - she's not a blood cousin!!! :-D :w00t:
#18
stgeorge
Its not exactly survival of the fittest any more.


no... but I've never seen a woman checking a mans teeth before they mate either lol
#19
ClarityofMind
no... but I've never seen a woman checking a mans teeth before they mate either lol


I suppose after a few drinks someone's perfectly formed teeth isn't exactly the first thing that comes to mind :w00t:
Saying that I think a lot of people do care about teeth, would you go for someone with seriously goofy or wonky teeth?
#20
You sure about that?

http://animal.kukuchew.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/dog_teeth.jpg
#21
dancrawley
You sure about that?


Yikes!
#22
stgeorge
I suppose after a few drinks someone's perfectly formed teeth isn't exactly the first thing that comes to mind :w00t:
Saying that I think a lot of people do care about teeth, would you go for someone with seriously goofy or wonky teeth?


of course I would.

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