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Rooting the family tree of placental mammals

Posted: 15 Feb 2016 06:01 AM PST

The roots of the mammalian family tree have long been shrouded in mystery -- when did the placental mammals go their separate ways? Now, researchers say they've found where the family tree of placental mammals first branched apart -- and when it happened.

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