Extreme Mammals Unearthed

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Denver Museum of Nature & Science says
During expeditions to the Andes Mountains in Chile over the past 30 years, John Flynn and colleagues have discovered extremely important and rare fossil specimens, including the continent’s oldest primate skull and early rodents, both suggesting an African origin for these important new world groups. Join Flynn to explore the fascinating ways that the integration of fieldwork, museum collections, and modern scientific analysis reveals much about the evolutionary relationships and histories of major groups of mammals, including native South American forms and the major group of predators—Carnivora— and its extinct relatives. Flynn is the Frick curator of fossil mammals at the American Museum of Natural History and dean of the Richard Gilder Graduate School, as well as curator of the temporary exhibition Extreme Mammals.

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By: Denver Museum of Nature & Science

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