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Mystery solved: when mammals' ancestors became warm-blooded

By Julien Benoit, Senior Researcher in Vertebrate Palaeontology, University of the Witwatersrand
Kenneth D. Angielczyk, Lecturer, University of Chicago
Ricardo Miguel Nóbrega Araújo, Junior Researcher, Universidade de Lisboa
Romain David, Postdoctoral Researcher, Natural History Museum
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Warm-bloodedness is the key to what makes mammals what they are today. That’s why working out when it emerged in mammal ancestors matters.The Conversation

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