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Sea Otter Teeth Are Gross but Really Useful for Scientists

The mouth of a young sea otter isn’t a particularly gnarly place. They don’t have many teeth—somewhere between six and 10 at birth, including four canines and two incisors—and they tend to be pretty …
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