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October 18 2012

Prehistoric fish the first to grow a set of teeth


Scientists have found fossil evidence of the first animal to grow a set of pearly whites a prehistoric fish that lived more than 380 million years ago.

An international research team discovered teeth in several specimens of an ancient fish species, known as placoderms, a finding that likely represents the origins of teeth and jaws in animals.

A full set of chompers has been key to the success of most top predators.

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