Ancient human teeth provide clues about early humans’ food consumption.
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The old saying “You are what you eat” takes on new significance in the most comprehensive analysis to date of early human teeth from Africa.
What if you could grow new teeth every year? It would cut down on the flossing!
Hominin fossils shake up the family tree!
Chemical analysis of fossilized teeth shows our early male ancestors never roamed too far from home.
Can self-sharpening sea urchin teeth serve as an inspiration for future self-sharpening tools?
Unlike modern-day reptiles, some of the giant reptiles from the Mesozoic era could have been warm-blooded.