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Furry insect-eater was the ancestor of all placental mammals
Scientists have been able to predict the appearance of the most recent common ancestor of all placen...
Arctic mammals to survive new climatic changes
The climate changes depicted by climatologists up to the year 2080 will benefit most mammals that li...
Human hands evolved to become `fists of fury`
Human hands evolved not only for the manual dexterity needed to use tools, play a violin or paint a ...
Calorie-rich diet key to survival of whales and dolphins
Survival of whales and dolphins depends on the right kind of high-energy diet and not just any prey ...
Nearly 9 pc of hemisphere`s mammals unlikely to escape climate change
New study has revealed that a safe haven could be out of reach for nearly one-tenth of the Western H...
Meat eating had profound human evolution?
Meat eating helped early humans to spread more quickly across the world and had a profound effect on...
Flower-eating mammals competed with dinosaurs
Once the dinosaurs disappeared, the mammals continued to prosper eating angiosperms, the flowering p...
Pythons apparently wiping out Everglades mammals
Scientists fear the pythons could disrupt the food chain and upset the Everglades` environmental bal...
Dolphins are multilingual!
Dolphins are multilingual -- at least in their sleep, scientists have found.
Seals have incredible navigation skills
Seals are capable of finding their way back to the exact spot where they were born even after spendi...
Humans, climate change `killed Ice Age mammals`
Both humans and climate change were responsible for the mass extinction of iconic Ice Age mammals 50...
Loch Ness monster might actually exist
This large mammal was most recently sighted in Pennsylvania in 2007, but a park-keeper dismissed it ...
Has Earth`s sixth mass extinction already arrived?
Biologists estimate that within the past 500 mn years, at least 80 mammal species have gone extinct.
How the brain learns from mistakes
Scientists have identified a protein that plays a major role in forming the right kind of connection...
Pheromones only a figment of imagination
Pheromones are just a figment of imagination, not hidden key to attracting the opposite sex.
Dinosaurs` exit paved way for mammals to grow
Extinction of dinosaurs 65 million years ago paved the way for mammals to grow a thousand times bigg...
Dinosaur die-off cleared way for gigantic mammals
New research shows the great dinosaur die-off made way for mammals to explode in size.
A fifth of world`s life at extinction risk
A fifth of world`s mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fishes are in imminent danger of going e...
Whales closer to us than thought, say scientists
Marine mammals are smarter than thought and share several attributes of humans, scientists say.
Is another mass extinction of mammals on the way?
Thanks to global warming and ecological degradation, the 6th mass extinction is already on way, equa...
One in six Mediterranean mammals face extinction
One in six Mediterranean mammals is threatened with extinction at the regional level, mainly due to ...
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