Animal teeth

Explore the intriguing world of animal teeth and discover interesting facts about how different species use their teeth for survival. Get inspired by nature's dental wonders.
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No Kibble for Kitty! Or: Just who ARE you, Puff? I'd like you to just ignore what ever you've heard or seen with cats who've been fed kibble, and walk along the path of catness with me for a moment. Cats are unique in the animal kingdom in a number of ways. Perhaps that's why we are so attracted to them! I have found what cats are fed really needs to reflect who they are, in order for them to thrive. That's true of all species, by the way. And, just so we're on the same page, I'm using the…

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Figure 7. Common Miocene shark teeth.  (1) Carcharocles megalodon (2) Carcharhinus sp. (3) Galeocerdo aduncus (4) Crocodile tooth (5) Hemipristis serra upper lateral tooth (6) Hemipristis serra lower lateral tooth (7) eagle ray mouth plate (8) Negaprion eurybathrodon (9) Cosmopolotodus hastalis  Scale bars are one centimeter in length. Figure 7 is from A Key to the Common Genera of Neogene Shark Teeth by Robert W. Purdy (pdf Piercing, Shark Tooth Fossil, Fossilized Shark Teeth, Shark Bait, Shark Teeth, Fossil Hunting, Megalodon, Shark Teeth Crafts, Great White Shark Teeth

Figure 7. Common Miocene shark teeth. (1) Carcharocles megalodon (2) Carcharhinus sp. (3) Galeocerdo aduncus (4) Crocodile tooth (5) Hemipristis serra upper lateral tooth (6) Hemipristis serra lower lateral tooth (7) eagle ray mouth plate (8) Negaprion eurybathrodon (9) Cosmopolotodus hastalis Scale bars are one centimeter in length. Figure 7 is from A Key to the Common Genera of Neogene Shark Teeth by Robert W. Purdy (pdf

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