Hello, today, we will dive a little bit into animal adaptations, and to do that, we have brought the dead with us.

Just kidding. This is a replica. Now we can determine if an animal is an omnivore, a herbivore, or a carnivore. Simply if we have a skull, we can do a dentist open wide. And if we can see all the teeth are pretty much the exact same shape and relatively the same sharpness. So these types of teeth would be used for grinding and chewing plants.


They don't really have the caracal teeth that carnivores would. So we can detect by looking at its teeth, that this animal is an herbivore. Another giveaway is that these two eyes are on the side of its head. Why would an animal need to have eyes on the side of its head?

Well, if an animal has eyes on the side of its head, that's usually a good indication that that animal is a praying animal and they need to be able to see in these directions, because no one really wants to get eaten right now. This is a Jackrabbit skull, a really cool distinguishing feature about a rabbit skull is this is kind of lace part right there by the nose, the lighting.

And it looks like lace-like Lattice in scientific terms is called rated part of the rostrum in non-scientific terms, it looks like lace and Lattice and only members of the rabbit family will have.