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Pharmacies in for a dose of bitter medicine

... In a long-delayed move, the Foods and Drugs Department is beginning to bare its fangs at chemists and druggists operating without qualified pharmacists, an offence under the Indian Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940. According to offic...
Fangs in Biological News

Early whales gave birth on land, fossil find reveals

...teristic anatomical features with the female of the species, but its virtually complete skeleton is 12 percent larger overall, and its canine teeth or fangs 20 percent larger. Such size discrepancies are not uncommon among whales and their kin; in some species the females are larger, while in others the ma...

New book further supports controversial theory of 'Man the Hunted'

...re preyed upon according to evidence that includes teeth marks on bones, talon marks on skulls and holes in a fossil cranium into which sabertooth cat fangs fit, says Sussman. The predation rate on savannah antelope and certain ground-living monkeys today is around 6 percent to 10 percent as well. Sussm...

Researchers find first evidence of venom system in extinct mammal

...ew. The fossil that Fox's research team found expressed a deep groove in the upper canines, and, Fox noted, the groove resembled the grooved poison fangs found in some kinds of modern venomous snakes. He added that the fact that the walls of the groove are covered with enamel indicates the groove is not...
Fangs in Biological Technology

Scientists say sabercat bit like a pussycat

...a fearsome predator of Ice-Age America's lost giants. For more than 150 years, scientists have debated how this iconic predator used its ferocious fangs to kill its prey. Now a new Australian study, published today in the US Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, hopes to lay the arguments to ...
Fangs in Biological Dictionary

Premolars

...ars : Pipistrellus hesperus. 17 Calcar with well-marked keel: 18 ... ... fangs for tearing and biting, the premolars for cutting and the molars for grinding. ... mandible is incisors 3+3 , fangs 1+1, premolars 4+4 and molars 2+3. ... ...
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