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(EurekAlert)   Sea otters' tool use leaves behind distinctive archaeological evidence, even more so than beavers. Nice   ( divider line
    More: Followup, Sea otter, sea otters, international team of researchers, evidence of past anvil stone use, sea otter habitat use, open shells, kind interdisciplinary study, shell middens  
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2019-03-14 05:43:40 PM  
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2019-03-14 05:51:41 PM  
Prepare for otter punnishment
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2019-03-14 06:14:30 PM  
What about tools that think they're otters?

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2019-03-14 06:30:53 PM  
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2019-03-14 06:55:30 PM  
Are there otter paw prints on ancient venting machines?

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