Thousands of fossilized fish teeth analyzed to discover periods of extinction and evolution

November 26, 2018
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Elizabeth Sibert, a Junior Fellow of the Harvard Society of Fellows woriking the the Lauder Lab, studied thousands of tiny fossilized fish teeth to discover how fish responded to the astroid impact that initiated a mass extinction event that killed the dinosaurs.  Read about how she collected the teeth, more about her research findings, and how she plans to utizlize modern teeth in the MCZ fish collection in the Harvard Gazette.  
See also: Ichthyology