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Study Suggests Ground-dwelling Mammals Survived Mass Extinction 66 Million Years Ago

October 11, 2021

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Presented by Michigan News

Jacob Berv, University of Michigan evolutionary biologist, is a co-lead on a new study that performed statistical analyses of the ecological habits of modern mammals to determine if their ancestors were more likely to live in trees than on the ground, using a process called ancestral state reconstruction.

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