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Teeth: A Very Short Introduction

Teeth: A Very Short Introduction

TeethAShortIntroductionPeter Ungar, Distinguished Professor of Anthropology – Teeth: A Very Short Introduction – Oxford University Press

“It’s a perpetual death match in the mouth, with plants and animals developing tough or hard tissues for protection, and teeth evolving ways to sharpen or strength themselves to overcome those defenses,” Ungar writes in this natural history of teeth written for a mainstream audience.

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