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BigDon
2010-May-13, 11:43 PM
relative to humans and most other mammals, what would you call teeth on something's cardiac sphincter? You can find palintine teeth, volmerizing teeth and in the Genus Pantodon, which like to eat hard little beetles in the wild, they have teeth found on all structures normally considered toothbearing in vertibrates.

Murphy
2010-May-16, 06:12 AM
Firstly I must say, I have no idea what this question means, nor how to answer it. But when I typed in the various terms you used into Google, volmerizing teeth exists no where on the entire Internet except this post. I think that's a Googlewhack (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Googlewhack), my first successful one!

Ronald Brak
2010-May-16, 06:16 AM
relative to humans and most other mammals, what would you call teeth on something's cardiac sphincter?

Disturbing.