Herbivores eat grass and leaves. to take out the grass from ground and chew it they have sharp front teeth and strong grinding teeth (molar and  premolar.)
carnivores eat flesh of other animals for which they require very sharp canines for tearing.
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The teeth of a carnivore are sharp, so the carnivore can eat the meat it eats. The teeth of an herbivore, on the other hand, are blunt so they can chew up plant matter. However, in some cases in herbivores, the teeth may be a little sharper.
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