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Climate Change Affects Animal Distribution (Earth Times)

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Post Climate Change Affects Animal Distribution (Earth Times)

A research group from Brown University have discovered that rainfall distribution affected the chosen habitat of mammals over 200 million years ago. A team of scientists at Brown University have established that early mammals confined themselves to one area of the continent while early reptiles known as procolophonids lived in another section.

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