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Heat-bloodedness probably a lot older than beforehand thought

Heat-bloodedness in land animals might have advanced a lot sooner than beforehand thought, suggests a research of the bones of the lengthy-extinct mammal predecessor Ophiacodon. Paleontology News — ScienceDaily

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Ancestry of mammalian ‘warm-bloodedness’ revealed

‘Warm-bloodedness’, a characteristic of mammals, is a trait encompassing a suite of physiological processes that helps to maintain a relatively high, constant body temperature. A new study shows that this character may have shown up in the ancestors of modern … Continue reading

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