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Press Release 10-078 - Audio
How could you tell that all the teeth belonged to one species?

Eric Seiffert explain how you could tell that all the teeth belonged to one species.
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Erik Seiffert answers a question about knowing how teeth found in isolation over nine years of field research belong to the same species.

Credit: Audio by: Lisa Raffensperger, National Science Foundation
Audio Image Credit: Erik Seiffert, Stony Brook University

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