New York Times
The Kayentatherium, a Mesozoic-era mammal, pictured in this illustration with a pair of Dilophosaurus, background, and the prehistoric turtle Kayentachelys, foreground. A new study suggests that mammals, which were largely nocturnal during the age of …
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