Three New Species of Primitive Ungulate Ancestors Identified

Paleontologists have identified three new species of placental mammals called condylarths (archaic ungulates) from fossils found in Wyoming, the United States. The newly-discovered archaic ungulates are Miniconus jeanninae, Conacodon hettingeri, and Beornus honeyi. These animals lived in what is now the United States between 66 and 63 million years ago (Paleocene epoch), just after the […]
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