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Ancient Microraptors Adapted to Fish

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Further analysis of the fossil revealed that its teeth were adapted to catching slippery, wiggling prey like fish. Dinosaur researchers have established that most meat eaters had teeth with serrations on both sides which like a steak knife helped the predator saw through meat. But the Microraptor's teeth are serrated on just one side and its teeth are angled forwards.

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