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Re: D-sectioned teeth

Aren't at least two of Utahraptor's premaxillary teeth asymmetric enough to be considered D-shaped? And perhaps Dromaeosaurus sort of part-way between that shape and troodonts more symmetric shape?
Just how far back must the carinae shift in order to qualify as forming a D-shape?
--------Thanks, Ken

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