My, what big teeth and strange bones you have. Scientists discover a creature that roamed south of the equator 66 million years ago | Curio
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My, what big teeth and strange bones you have. Scientists discover a creature that roamed south of the equator 66 million years ago

7 mins | May 3, 2020
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"Its remarkable preservation let scientists analyse the mammal in ways they previously could only dream of." "This ancient animal 'is the best evidence yet how Mesozoic mammals might have evolved in isolation on islands,' Krause said. 'Mammalian evolution on islands does lead to bizarreness.'" Ben Guarino, writing in The Washington Post, reports.

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