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Edmontosaurus Tooth

Here we get a close up of something you have to zoom in on to appreciate. Join me for a short demonstration of God’s handiwork and preservation skills!

“So many of these bones you see are kind of “static,” you know. You don’t get a sense of “life,” and when you see wear marks on a tooth, it really gives a sense that this was a living animal, that ate and wore down its teeth…

“It’s fascinating that even this very, very small fossil shows a great amount of detail that’s very interesting.”

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Written by Jeff Staddon

Academically I hold a master's degree in software engineering with an undergraduate degree in history. I make my living as a software developer.

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