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Skull Morphology & Feeding Biomechanics

The mammalian skull is one of the most interesting and important structures to the life and biology of any species. Most sensory structures are concentrated in the head region, including those for vision, hearing, smell, and taste. Further, the skull is usually critical to correctly identifying a species, given complex differences in shape and structure…

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