When a series of large mammal species began going extinct roughly 12,000 years ago, many surviving species began going their separate ways, says new research led by Macquarie University and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
A life-sized display of Archie, a Columbian mammoth, at the University of Nebraska State Museum
at Morrill Hall [Credit: Troy Fedderson/University of Nebraska-Lincoln]Published in the journal Science, the study…
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