paleontology

Fossil porpoise teeth are tiny and often overlooked by collectors seaching for the "Big One," but are well deserving of some attention. Each of these teeth is less than an inch long, but still sharply pointed for catching and holding fish just like their ancesters today.

Fossil porpoise teeth are less than one inch long

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