Birds Lost Their Teeth 116 Million Years Ago, Scientists Say

A group of genetic researchers led by Prof Mark Springer from Montclair State University has found that teeth were lost in the common ancestor of all living birds about 116 million years ago (the end of the Early Cretaceous). All toothless vertebrates are descended from an ancestor with enamel-capped teeth. In the case of birds, [...] —> Read More Here


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