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One way some species of mammal adapted to a warmer world was to lose body size, new fossil evidence confirms.
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According to a new report, roughly a quarter of the world’s mammal species are at risk of extinction. Deforestation, loss of habitat and hunting are to blame for declining mammal populations around the world.
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Posted on Jan 29, 2015
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