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Curious kids: why don’t whales have teeth like we do?

By Vanessa Pirotta, Postdoctoral Researcher and Wildlife Scientist, Macquarie University
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It’s all based on their diet and how they capture their food. But did you know some whales do have teeth?The Conversation

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