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Thursday, April 19, 2012

Sharp Pointy Teeth

Many assumptions are made on the basis of appearance. The critter in the above picture looks like he could rip your hand off and have it for supper.  But this fits into a fruit bat. For that matter, the panda is fond of crunching on bamboo.
Nineteenth-century English poet Alfred Tennyson famously described nature as "red in tooth and claw." But were claws and teeth originally intended to draw blood, or were they used to eat vegetation?
Recently, three U.S. biologists studied the feeding habits of 11 Central and South American leaf-nosed bats and looked for "relationships between diet, tooth structure, feeding performance, and behaviour." Some bats eat insects and small vertebrates, some eat fruit and nectar, others a little bit of everything. Vampire bats, of course, will eat blood.
Read the rest of "Why God Created Large, Sharp Teeth", here.

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