Tusks

Some articles on tusks, tusk:

American Mastodon - Description - Tusks
... The tusks of the American mastodon sometimes exceeded 5 feet (1.5 m) in length they curved upwards, but less dramatically than those of the woolly mammoth ... Young males had vestigial lower tusks that were lost in adulthood ... However, it has been proven that female mastodons had lower pairs of tusks ...
Tusk
... Tusks are elongated, continuously growing front teeth, usually but not always in pairs, that protrude well beyond the mouth of certain mammal species ... tusked species both the males and the females have tusks although the males' are larger ... Tusks are generally curved, though the narwhal's sole tusk is straight and has a helical structure ...
List Of Pokémon (441–493) - Mamoswine
... Evolves into Mamoswine (マンムー, Manmū?, Mammoo), known as the Twin Tusk Pokémon, resembles a cross between a boar and a woolly mammoth ... The tusks are much larger than those of Piloswine and seem to be shifted downward ... The tusks of the male are larger than those of the female ...
List Of Pokémon (320–386) - Walrein
... of their society, protecting their groups from attackers with their large strong tusks ... These tusks are strong enough to thoroughly shatter blocks of ice weighing ten tons ... blubber insulates it from the extreme cold of sub-zero temperature water, and it uses its tusks to clear its way as it swims through ice floes ...
Lyuba - Description - Dentition
... Woolly mammoths had very long tusks which were markedly curved, to a much greater extent than those of extant elephants ... The largest known male tusk is 4.2 m (14 ft) long and weigh 91 kg ... Female tusks averaged at 1.5-1.8 m and weighed 9-kg ...