Meet Juramaia, the oldest member of the lineage that led to placental mammals like us. Dating back 160 million years, it suggests that our ancestors started out as tree-climbing, shrew-sized, bug-eaters.
Brian Switek has more at Science.
[Image source: NSF]

Meet Juramaia, the oldest member of the lineage that led to placental mammals like us. Dating back 160 million years, it suggests that our ancestors started out as tree-climbing, shrew-sized, bug-eaters.

Brian Switek has more at Science.

[Image source: NSF]

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