• Sawfish Rostrum

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"TENBM:2015:0015 - This is the rostrum, or specialised upper jaw, of a sawfish, which is used in feeding and defence. Although the specimen is labelled Pristis antiquorum, it is now thought to be the same as the common
sawfish Pristis pristis. It is found in parts of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans."

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