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Comparison of cutting ability between serrated and non-serrated fossil shark teeth; result of the special exhibition the shark related to educational program



Comparison of cutting ability between serrated and non-serrated fossil shark teeth; result of the special exhibition the shark related to educational program



Kanagawa Kenritsu Hakubutsukan Kenkyu Hokoku, Shizen Kagaku = Bulletin of the Kanagawa Prefectural Museum, Natural Science 33: 61-66




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