Adam Huttenlocker, Assistant Professor of Clinical Integrative Anatomical Sciences, was quoted in Science Daily about the significance of a fossil cranium discovery that suggests mammal migration continued during the Early Cretaceous period (145 to 101 million years ago), about 15 million years later than previously thought. Huttenlocker’s fully study about the evolution of mammals and their travels across the super-continent of Pangea have been published in the May 16th issue of Nature.
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