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A Smilodon skull looks very different from that of a modern big cat. Sabercats are fundamentally different from feline (modern) cats. Instead of having a strong bite force, they have the capacity to deliver a slashing, shearing force with their saber-like teeth. They were probably adapted to rip the prey’s throat out with one slice, or possibly to eviscerate smaller to medium sized prey.

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Bone Claw Wolverine

Wolverine with bone claws. When Magneto ripped the Adamantium off of Wolverine's skeleton in X-Men #25 (1993), it was revealed the next month, in Wolverine #75 (1993) that Wolverine, in fact, had bone claws, and that the claws must have been a part of his mutation, all along. Previously, Logan was under the belief that the claws had been added by the Weapon X Project, as he had no memory of ever using them before his time in the Weapon X project.