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Why are Beaver Teeth Orange?

Beaver teeth turn orange from the iron content in the food they eat. The hard orange enamel covers a softer layer underneath that constantly chisels away while they chew, giving them a permanent sharp edge. When they are very young their teeth are whiter.

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