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Past climate told by teeth

The teeth of herbivore mammals can be used as proxys for climate reconstruction.
Zebras and giraffes. Photo: Jannes Rinne
Photo: Janne Rinne

Professor Janne Rinne and colleagues have made a study of herbivore mammal teeth in relation to climate parameters. Is it extreme or average external circumstances that drives evolution? Read more at the Lund University Department of Physical geography and Ecosystem Sciences website.

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