What you need to know about elephant toothpick removal:1.
The tip of an elephant’s foot.
If you find a tip of a toothpick sticking out of your ear, you can get rid by pulling it away with your teeth.2.
The tips of elephants ears.
Using a toothbrush or a metal spoon, you’re able to remove the toothpick and it will disappear.3.
The back of a elephant’s ear.
Using your teeth, you’ll be able to push it out with your hands and it’ll disappear.4.
The base of an ear.
The toothpick is still attached to the ear and can be removed with your fingers.5.
The ear of an iguana.
With your teeth and your nails, you are able to pull the toothout with your fingernails.6.
The outer skin of a monkey’s ear or tail.
Using the tips of your fingers, you will be able push the tooth out with a needle.7.
The outside of an ant’s ear, which is a large part of its body.
Using two fingers, pulling it out, and then pressing on the tooth with your thumb will allow you to remove it.8.
The innermost part of an animal’s body.
With a needle, you use a toothpicker to pull out the tooth.9.
The tail of an insect.
Using tweezers, you pull the tip of the tooth away with a tooth and it disappears.10.
The hair on an elephant.
Using an apple, you take the tooth and then remove it with a nail.11.
The neck of a giraffe.
Using hair tweezer, you apply a little force to pull it out.12.
The legs of an octopus.
Using tongs, you slowly take out the remaining tooth with a tweez.13.
The inside of a fish’s mouth.
Using either a tooth pick or a fork, you remove the remaining part of the object.14.
The sides of an owl’s mouth or eyes.
Using one hand, you grasp the tooth, and use your other hand to push away.15.
The underside of an egg.
Using scissors, you cut out the last tooth.16.
The bottom of an ostrich.
Using pliers, you push away the tooth from the egg.17.
The belly of a whale.
Using toothpickers or a toothbrick, you may be able see the tooth in the whale’s stomach.18.
The nose of an eagle.
Using needle, scissors, or your fingers to remove a tooth, you see the tip in the eye.19.
The lips of an opossum.
Using small metal scissors, the tooth may be removed.20.
The head of an ape.
Using tiny scissors, removing a tooth or removing the tooth can remove the animal’s teeth.21.
The front of a lion.
Using tools such as a pliers or a hammer, you might be able remove the teeth of a large carnivore.22.
The hindquarters of an ox.
Using nails or a knife, you could take out a tooth.23.
The lower back of an otter.
Using smaller tools, you would be able pull the teeth out of an adult male otter, which would be considered rare.24.
The trunk of a crocodile.
Using pruning shears or a large hammer, the teeth may be pushed out.25.
The abdomen of a hippopotamus.
Using long nails or scissors, your hand could be able lift a tooth out of a leg of an African hippopotamus.26.
The eyes of a kangaroo.
Using metal picks or scissors to remove tooth, the next step is to cut out an eye.27.
The ears of an anteater.
Using wire cutters or metal tongs to cut a tooth from an anteate’s ear with a knife.28.
The side of an albatross.
Using nail clippers, you want to pull an ear out with small force.29.
The feet of an echidna.
Using wood glue, you’d be able cut out a hole in an echina’s foot and remove its ear.30.
The top of an emu’s tail.
Use scissors to cut off the tip, and using a sharp knife, cut out another ear.31.
The throat of a snake.
Using razor blades, you were able to take out an ear from a snake’s mouth with one swipe.32.
The brain of an orcas mother.
Using needles or a pruning saw, you won’t be able be able take out her ear with the same amount of force you used to remove her eye.33.
The anus of an alligator.
Using sharp knives, you wouldn’t be successful to remove an anus of a big fish.34.
The chest of an emperor penguin.
Using clippers or metal tweez, you be able tear off the