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The second is strong and essentially carnassial; it is compressed laterally and obliquely placed.
There is no carnassial tooth, and the teeth in other ways differ considerably from those of Carnivora vera.
THE VERTEBRATE SKELETONSIDNEY H. REYNOLDS
In the Creodonta there are no specially differentiated carnassial teeth.
THE VERTEBRATE SKELETONSIDNEY H. REYNOLDS
There is no special carnassial tooth, and the incisors are always fewer than 3/3.
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The carnassial tooth of the upper jaw has three lobes to the blade; that of the lower jaw is without an inner cusp.
The molar is not so nearly in a line with the other teeth; the upper carnassial, moreover, has an inner tubercle.
The molar is more in a line with the other teeth of the jaw, and the upper carnassial tooth has no inner tubercle.
The upper carnassial tooth, however, is like that of Hyaena in having a strong inner cusp.
The carnassial teeth are not typically developed, and the molars are broad and tuberculate.
The carnassial tooth is less emphasised in this group than in the Cats.

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