A 95-million-year-old reptile’s solution to the problem of tooth wear
By Aaron LeBlanc, Postdoctoral Fellow in Vertebrate Palaeontology, University of Alberta
Michael Caldwell, Professor of Vertebrate Palaeontology, University of Alberta
Sebastian Apesteguia, Professor, Herpetology and Paleontology, CAECE University
The recent discovery of fragments of a jaw fossil show that at one point, herbivorous reptiles evolved highly complex and efficient teeth.
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- Sunday, May 16, 2021