The Human Body Compared With Carnivores
Human - All teeth are flattened, especially the back molars. Dullest canine teeth of all primates.
Carnivore - Teeth are long, sharp and pointed. No flat molar teeth. Very sharp canine teeth.
Human - Intestines are at least 12 times as long as the trunk of the body and an integral part of the most sophisticated juice extractor in the world: the human digestive system.
Carnivore - Intestines are 3 times as long as the trunk of the body. Their design facilitates rapid expulsion of fleshy matter.
Human - Bowel walls are puckered, convoluted and full of deep pouches for the reconstitution of waste matter.
Carnivore - Bowels are smooth and short for quick expulsion of waste matter.
Human - Saliva is alkaline. It contains ptyalin, an enzyme specifically designed to break down starchy carbohydrates.
Carnivore - Saliva is acidic. Carnivores have industrial strength digestive juices in comparison to human digestive juices.