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Dental microphotographs of all three animals did not display the telltale peaks and valleys found in regular bone-crushing predators, such as hyenas, according to the study, published April 19 in the journal Scientific Reports.
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Origin and Etymology of microphotograph
International Scientific Vocabulary
First Known Use: 1857See Words from the same year
Medical Definition of microphotograph
1: a small photograph that is normally magnified for viewing
microphotography\-fə-ˈtäg-rə-fē\play noun plural
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