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Homodont

Homodont
(Science: anatomy) Having all the teeth similar in front, as in the porpoises; opposed to heterodont.
Origin: Homo- – gr, a tooth.
Pertaining to animals possessing a set of the same teeth and no others, i.e. Incisors only. Compare to heterodont.


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