Two New Jurassic Mammals Discovered in China

A team of paleontologists from China and the United States has described two shrew-sized mammals that lived during the Jurassic period, between 165 and 160 million years ago. The first fossil, Agilodocodon scansorius, is the earliest-known tree-dwelling mammaliaform (long-extinct relatives of modern mammals). Its skeletal features suggest it was an agile and active arboreal animal, [...] —> Read More Here


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