The large, sharp, curved teeth that are located on each side of the mouth. (Also referred to as eye teeth)
long, pointed teeth used for jabbing prey and ripping flesh; between the incisors and premolars; fang teeth.
teeth next to the lateral incisors identified by pointed cusp used for tearing food
Long, fang-like teeth on either side of mouth (dog-like).
the sharp, pointed teeth of mammals. Humans, monkeys, apes and carnivores all have canine teeth.
Sometimes called fangs, they are teeth used as weapons and to grasp and hold prey.