Origins of Teeth

Origins of Teeth

Oct
24
Origins of Teeth

According to the findings of a group of paleontologists (University of Bristol, UK), teeth are so important that two separate groups of non-related species developed teeth at separate times. The work focuses on some 200 million year-old condodonts, which were jawless, eel-like creatures. Lead writer paleontologist Philip Donoghue says: “This means that the tooth, as …

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