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Do boa constrictors have teeth?

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Boa constrictors sometimes have spots across their bodies. Boa constrictors have small, hooked teeth that they use to grab and hold prey. If their teeth fall out or become damaged, they can regrow them. Boa constrictors do not have fangs, but their jaws can stretch incredibly wide, allowing them to swallow large prey, according to National Geographic. read more

If you're asking what a boa constrictor uses its teeth for, it's for capturing and holding on to prey while they constrict it, and then for pulling the prey into its mouth to eat it. read more

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