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Archaic dolphins supposedly the most ancient or basal odontocetes (toothed whales, a suborder of the cetaceans).

As the name suggests, the suborder is characterized by having teeth (rather than baleen as do animals in the other suborder of cetaceans, Mysticeti. Toothed whales are active hunters, feeding on fish, squid, and in some cases marine mammals.

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