Primitive fossil bear with a candy tooth recognized from Canada’s Excessive Arctic

Researchers have recognized stays of a three.5-million-yr-previous bear from a fossil-wealthy website in Canada’s Excessive Arctic. Their research exhibits not solely that the animal is an in depth relative of the ancestor of recent bears — tracing its ancestry to extinct bears of comparable age from East Asia — however that it additionally had a candy tooth, as decided by cavities within the tooth.
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