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Planet Earth

Dinosaur-eating Mammals (You heard me right)

The LoomBy Carl ZimmerJanuary 13, 2005 12:23 AM

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Dinosaur-eating Mammals (You heard me right): Jeff Hecht at New Scientist has a good write-up of the discovery of a dog-sized 130-million year old mammal with dinosaur bones in its gut. Most mammals may have been humble little critters during the Age of the Dinosaurs, but at least a few seemed to have turned the tables.

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