Data from: How do morphological sharpness measures relate to puncture performance in viperid snake fangs?

Stephanie B. Crofts, Yang Lai, Yuhang Hu & Philip S.L. Anderson
It makes intuitive sense that you need a sharp tool to puncture through a tough material. The typical approach to evaluating sharpness in biological puncturing tools is to treat morphological measurements as a proxy for puncture ability. However there are multiple approaches to measuring sharpness, and the relative influence of morphology on function remains unclear. Our goal is to determine what aspects of tip morphology have the greatest impact on puncture ability, using a) viper...
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