A new study shows unprecedented heat is likely to lead to the next mass extinction since the dinosaurs died out, eliminating nearly all mammals in some 250 million years time.
Chula Veterinary Science joined the World Rabies Day campaign on September 28, to educate and raise awareness about rabies, and organize vaccinations for veterinarian science students who volunteered in the community, while emphasizing that people at risk should be vaccinated regularly against rabies.
New research suggests that while there is an association between income and diversity of medium to large mammals, another factor is stronger: “urban intensity”, or the degree to which wild lands have been converted to densely-populated, paved-over grey cities.
The genomes of egg-laying monotreme mammals, platypus and echidna, today have been published in the prestigious journal Nature.
A new study indicates that the earliest evidence of mammal social behavior goes back to the Age of Dinosaurs. A multituberculate that lived about 75.5 million years ago, Filikomys primaevus engaged in multi-generational, group-nesting and burrowing behavior, and possibly lived in colonies.