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Marsupials and other mammals separately evolved flight many times, and we are finally learning how

By Charles Feigin, Postdoctoral Fellow in Genomics and Evolution, The University of Melbourne
Mammals have evolved flight more often than birds. By studying the genes of the sugar glider, biologists have found a ‘molecular toolkit’ for flight membranes that’s been in us all along.The Conversation

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