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Jaws

by on Aug.25, 2016, under Health, Kids, Nature

Losing your baby teeth is a normal part of growing up. missing_teeth It typically happens between 5-7 years of age, to make room for the incoming adult teeth. missing_teeth2 The permanent tooth buds are located above and below the baby teeth, and they push against the roots of the baby teeth causing them to fall out. This process also helps to guide the permanent teeth into the proper position. kids-developing-jaws-teeth It would look a little scary if we could see inside our skulls during the development of our permanent teeth. juv_skull_teeth But nature doesn't always go according to expectations. zak_jaws1 Zak Brown, from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, is known to his friends as "Jaws." bruce-shark He's a sweet kid, and loves soccer like his peers, but while his brother and sister cashed in from the Tooth Fairy, Zak's permanent teeth began to emerge behind his baby teeth. zak_jaws2 The condition is known as pediatric shark teeth, and can affect as many as one in 10 children although few cases are as striking as Zak's. zak_jaws4 It doesn't hurt, and he has no trouble eating, although it has started to affect his speech, and he has to take extra care to maintain both sets of teeth. He finally lost a tooth, but will need orthodontic care to remove the rest. He will most likely need braces correct his bite. zak_jaws3 For now, he has to wait until he moves up on the waiting list to see the orthodontist. shark_790
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Slice of Life

by on Jul.30, 2012, under Animals, Consumer, Family, Food, Health, Kids, Nature

William Evans is a ten year old student and his mom shops at Tesco, where their slogan is Every Little Helps. William, from Hawkchurch, near Axminster, Devon, said, "I was making some toast and cut off a slice when I saw something that looked like a leaf.

A traumatized William Evens showing the lizard in his loaf

So I took the wrapping off and found the lizard inside. It was about two to three inches long. It certainly put me off my toast." The store customer service department said it would be impossible for a lizard to get in one of their loaves because of the company's high hygiene standards. Marcus Evans, William's father, commented, "It was one of Axminster Tesco's baked in-store, multi-grain brown loaves. The lizard had not been cooked so it must have got into the packaging and died there. You could see the impression of its body in the bread so it must have been warm when he got in. The poor little lad was absolutely traumatised by it. He went to take a slice off for some toast, turned the loaf over and found the lizard stuck on the bottom."
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