Two New Burrowing Mammal Ancestors Discovered

Two New Burrowing Mammal Ancestors Discovered
Ashley Watt/Kansas Dept of Wildlife, Parks & Tourism via AP

The Jehol Biota in northeastern China was home to a great diversity of life between 145 to 100 million years ago, from dinosaurs to insects to plants. Now, two new species of mammal-like, burrowing animals join their ranks as the first “scratch-diggers” discovered in this ancient ecosystem.

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