🍄 Leaf-tailed lizards:
While it is true that some species of leaf-tailed geckos have a high number of teeth compared to other reptiles, they do not hold the record for the most teeth among all land-dwelling vertebrate species.
The species with the most teeth among vertebrates on land is actually the giant armadillo (Priodontes maximus), which can have up to 100 teeth. Other animals with a high number of teeth include some species of shrews, which can have up to 30 teeth, and some species of snails, which can have thousands of teeth arranged in rows on their radula (a specialized feeding organ).
So while leaf-tailed geckos do have a notable number of teeth, they are not the record-holders for the most teeth among all land-dwelling vertebrate species.Botany & Zoology