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Dolphin vertebra F2916
Serrations are the saw-like structure that may occur at the cutting edges of teeth. Serrations occur in various shark species (e.g. Palaeocarcharodon and Megaselachus megalodon), mosasaurs and dinosaurs. The evolutionary development of serrations is relatively well known for some lineages.
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