How to survive a mass extinction: Live fast, die young

Paleontologists have demonstrated that ancient mammal relatives known as therapsids were suited to the drastic climate change by having shorter life expectancies and would have had a better chance of success by breeding at younger ages than their predecessors.
Paleontology News — ScienceDaily

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