Climate-Driven Extinction Made Mammals’ Teeth Less Weird

Earth was warmer 34 million years ago—and wonkier. The Pangea supercontinent had split up. The dinosaurs were long gone. But Antarctica contained glacier-free forests. The other continents looked like squished and smeared versions of their present selves. Mammals were everywhere—especially primates and rodents. “From New York to Los Angeles, up into Canada, bopping around in the trees all over the …

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