WASHINGTON – The origins of the enamel that gives our teeth their bite is no ordinary fish tale.
Scientists said on Wednesday fossil and genetic evidence indicates enamel did not originate in teeth, but in the scales of ancient fish that lived more than 400 million years ago, and only later became a key component in teeth.
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