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Ancient Fossils Highlight Mammalian Spine’s Importance

ancient fossils highlight mammalian spine’s importance
What makes a mammal a mammal? According to Wikipedia, vertebrates within the class Mammalia are distinguished from reptiles and birds by the possession of a neocortex (region of the brain), hair, three..
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When mammal ancestors evolved flexible shoulders, their backbones changed too

when mammal ancestors evolved flexible shoulders, their backbones changed too
Chicago IL (SPX) Sep 21, 2018 Shrug your shoulders. If you're not in public, shimmy a little. You can do that because you, as a mammal, have flexible shoulders. And scientists have just discovered..
Terra Daily

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Mummified Ice Age Wolf Pup, Caribou Still Covered with Fur Found by Gold Miners [Video]Mummified Ice Age Wolf Pup, Caribou Still Covered with Fur Found by Gold Miners

A caribou was found at a gold mine in Canada. Experts say it likely walked the earth 50,000 years ago.

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Elephant gracefully steps over boom barrier with ease [Video]Elephant gracefully steps over boom barrier with ease

The African elephant is Africa’s largest land mammal and a big male can weigh over five and a half thousand kilograms. At the same time they are most likely the most intelligent and intriguing..

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Why the platypus is the coolest mammal in the world [Video]Why the platypus is the coolest mammal in the world

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Gold miners uncover 50,000-year-old mummified remains of Ice Age caribou calf and wolf pup

gold miners uncover 50,000-year-old mummified remains of ice age caribou calf and wolf pup
The Ice Age specimens were found in the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Traditional Territory, a First Nation territory in Yukon. The caribou contains some of the oldest mummified mammal tissue.
MailOnline

Shrinking helped early mammals to survive 200 million years ago

shrinking helped early mammals to survive 200 million years ago
A team of UK and US scientists led by the University of Bristol has used computer models to take a look at what happened to the skeleton of our tiny mammal ancestors.
MailOnline

Dramatic moment a beached killer whale is returned to the sea

dramatic moment a beached killer whale is returned to the sea
Local residents spotted two stranded killer whales on the beach in Nueva Atlantis, Argentina, but arrived to find one had already died. The Mundo Marino foundation worked to release the mammal.
MailOnline

Diver encounters playful sea mammal who pecks him on the lips and nibbles at his goggles 

diver encounters playful sea mammal who pecks him on the lips and nibbles at his goggles 
Julián Bala posted the close-up video of the curious sea lion to his Facebook page. The mammal chomps on a diver's goggles as its pod swim around them in Puerto Madryn, Argentina.
MailOnline

Whale rescued from fishing net in Chile

whale rescued from fishing net in chile
The mammal was freed in an operation led by the Chilean Navy.
BBC News

Most endangered marine mammal targeted by 'organised crime' entering China's black market

'How do you fight an illegal fishery that offers wealth in a climate of poverty?'
Independent

Kristján Loftsson hits back at claims company killed a blue whale

kristján loftsson hits back at claims company killed a blue whale
Anti-whaling group Sea Shepherd said the whale was slaughtered by Kristján Loftsson's whaling company Hvalur hf. Loftsson has insisted the mammal in question was not a blue whale.
MailOnline

Whalers are accused of killing a rare blue whale off of Iceland

whalers are accused of killing a rare blue whale off of iceland
The massive mammal, which experts said was a blue whale, was chopped up to be sold to Japan where it is eaten as a delicacy, after the Icelandic crew took turns posing for photos on its back.
MailOnline

New type of fossil analysis shows how some mammals evolved to have testicles inside their bodies

new type of fossil analysis shows how some mammals evolved to have testicles inside their bodies
A study from the Max Planck Institute in Dresden, Germany, shows the testicles of an ancient mammal ancestor that lived 100 million years ago would have descended as they reached adulthood.
MailOnline

Lucky photographer catches the incredible moment a 20-tonne humpback leaps out of the water

lucky photographer catches the incredible moment a 20-tonne humpback leaps out of the water
The gigantic mammal was snapped in the midst of a perfect vertical breach near the Sydney Heads entryway to the harbour on Sunday by wildlife photographer John Goodridge.
MailOnline

One in five British mammal species could be extinct in a decade 

one in five british mammal species could be extinct in a decade 
Red squirrels, wildcats and greater mouse-eared bats are among the species that face severe threats to their survival, the first major review of British mammals for more than 20 years revealed.
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