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Mammals on the menu: Snake dietary diversity exploded after mass extinction 66 million years ago

October 14, 2021 University Of Michigan 0

A sampling of snake diversity. Clockwise from upper left: rainbow boa (Epicrates cenchria), image credit Pascal Title, U-M Museum of Zoology; Amazon basin tree snake (Imantodes lentiferus), image credit Pascal Title, U-M Museum of Zoology; western worm snake (Carphophis vermis), image credit Alison Rabosky, U-M Museum of Zoology; two-striped forest Read More

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Housing Trust backs student challenge to design sustainable, healthy, affordable homes

October 12, 2021 University of Wollongong 0

Community housing provider named as lead sponsor of UOW’s Sustainable Homes Challenge Housing Trust, BlueScope and Engineers Australia have put their support behind the University of Wollongong’s (UOW) 2021 Sustainable Homes Challenge, with the Housing Trust named as lead sponsor, and BlueScope and Engineers Australia as supporting sponsors. Organised by Read More

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Study suggests ground-dwelling mammals survived mass extinction 66 million years ago

October 11, 2021 University Of Michigan 0

A short-beaked echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus), Budderoo National Park, New South Wales, Australia. Echidnas are monotremes, one of the three main groups of mammals along with placentals and marsupials. The group also includes the platypus. Scientists believe monotremes were ground-dwelling creatures before the K-Pg asteroid impact and remained so afterward. Image Read More