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Its definitely not a marine mammal, just based on size and general configuration. those convoluted ever growing teeth are pretty diagnostic of non-cetacean ungulates. Just based on the pattern I would say bovidae, but that does not narrow it down much in turkey, the H shaped central portion is fairly diagnostic of bovidae. However you have several antelope ...


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Morphogenesis doesn't work in either of the ways that you propose. To understand better, let's shift the focus from teeth to something that's easier for me to explain and visualize: extra fingers, also known as polydactyly. This is a surprisingly common condition, appearing in approximately 1 of every 500 births, and for many people the extra digits are ...


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