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Mass extinction certainly sounds like it would be the end of the line, and perhaps even evoke images of the end of the world. However, new research suggests that the end can also be the beginning.
Sorry, Felix and Oscar, but an international team of researchers have found a real-life odd couple that puts Neil Simon’s famous duo to shame – a mammal forerunner and an ancient amphibian, which were discovered sharing a burrow during the Early Triassic period.
For the first time paleontologists have found fossilized burrows of tetrapods â€“ any land vertebrates with four legs or leglike appendages â€“ in Antarctica dating from the Early Triassic epoch, about 245 million years ago.
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