1. "New Study Finds Oldest Known Mammal Fossil" (ScienceDaily, May 2019): This article discusses the discovery of the oldest known mammal fossil, which is believed to be 125 million years old. It provides information on the fossil and its significance to the study of mammal evolution. 2. "Scientists Discover That Mammals May Have Originated Before Dinosaurs" (National Geographic, August 2018): This article discusses a new study which suggests that mammals may have originated before dinosaurs. It covers the evidence used to make this conclusion and the implications this could have on our understanding of mammal evolution. 3. "Why Do We Have Mammals?" (Smithsonian Magazine, February 2019): This article provides an overview of the evolution of mammals and why they are so successful today. It discusses the adaptations that have allowed mammals to survive and thrive in different environments, as well as their importance to the ecosystem. 4. "Mapping the Genome of Human and Other Mammal Species" (Live Science, May 2018): This article discusses how scientists are using genome mapping to better understand the evolution of humans and other mammals. It covers the types of information that can be obtained by mapping the genome and how it can be used
Status/Excerpt: Elephants are undoubtedly lovable. They are gentle giant mammals that can easily win you over with their sweet gestures. They’ll even block the road and cause traffic for their loved ones to ensure their safety while crossing the road.
A pod of eight common dolphins washed up on the beach in Sea Isle City, New Jersey, and died. The Marine Mammal Stranding Center, which rescues and rehabilitates stranded marine animals, reported the incident on Tuesday. The bodies of the dolphins have been taken to a state laboratory for autopsies. Moby Solangi, the director of […]
For 50 years Clearwater Marine Aquarium has been a leader in marine mammal care and dolphin rehabilitation. CMA continues to be at the forefront of progressive dolphin research and the first response to dolphins requiring emergency, life-saving care. Please read an update on our upcoming extensive review of our dolphin care program.