Washington Post
Earth’s mammals have shrunk dramatically, and humans are to blame
Washington Post
Life on Earth used to look a lot more impressive. Just a little more than 100,000 years ago, there were sloths as long as a giraffe is tall, monstrous bears whose shoulders were six feet off the ground, and Bunyanesque beavers that weighed as much as
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Published On: Thu, Apr 19th, 2018

Earth’s mammals have shrunk dramatically, and humans are to blame – Washington Post


Washington Post

Earth's mammals have shrunk dramatically, and humans are to blame
Washington Post
Life on Earth used to look a lot more impressive. Just a little more than 100,000 years ago, there were sloths as long as a giraffe is tall, monstrous bears whose shoulders were six feet off the ground, and Bunyanesque beavers that weighed as much as ...
Mammals are smaller than they used to be, and it's our faultArs Technica
Unprecedented wave of large-mammal extinctions linked to ancient humansPhys.Org
In a Few Centuries, Cows Could Be the Largest Land Animals LeftThe Atlantic
Newsweek
all 9 news articles »

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