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2009-12-23 07:24:40

A new look at limbs changes understanding of early carnivore locomotion More than a hundred years after its discovery, the limbs and vertebrae of a fossil have been pulled off the shelf at the American Museum of Natural History to revise the view of early carnivore lifestyles. Carnivores"”currently a diverse group of mostly meat-eating mammals like bears, cats, raccoons, seals, and hyenas"”had been considered arboreal in their early evolutionary history. But now that the skeleton...


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