Artist’s rendering of an early mammal called a mammaliamorph
Warm-Bloodedness in Mammals May Have Arisen in Late Triassic
Researchers mapped ear canal shape to body temperature to predict when ancestors of mammals first became endothermic.
Warm-Bloodedness in Mammals May Have Arisen in Late Triassic
Warm-Bloodedness in Mammals May Have Arisen in Late Triassic

Researchers mapped ear canal shape to body temperature to predict when ancestors of mammals first became endothermic.

Researchers mapped ear canal shape to body temperature to predict when ancestors of mammals first became endothermic.

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Chameleons Catch Prey with Sticky Spit
Alison F. Takemura | Jun 22, 2016
The lizard’s saliva is thick enough to drag a cricket to its alimentary demise, scientists show.