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Mesozoic Mammals Showcase
Oslo University - Paleontological Museum - Description of major mesozoic mammal groups: early mammals, triconodonts and multituberculates.
The Midwestern U.S. 16,000 Years Ago
Online exhibit by the Illinois State Museum depicting the mammals and other animals which lived in the Midwestern U.S. during late Pleistocene times.
The Fossil Mammal Hall
A summary of the diversity of fossil mammals with the objective in mind to convey information on fundamental aspects of mammalian paleontology.
Paleocene mammals of the world
Fossil Mammals of the Paleocene epoch.
Riversleigh Fossils Centre
Describes the wealth of fossil marsupials and other vertebrates which have been discovered in the rocks at Riversleigh station in far northern Queensland, Australia.
Adaptation - Mammoths To Man
Educational packet of information from the Utah Education Network.
In the field with Jaelyn Elberle
Collecting fossil mammals from the Early Paleocene Denver Formation, in Colorado, USA.
Roots of the Mammalian Family Tree
Discovery of the skeleton of Jeholodens by Dr. Ji Qiang of the National Museum of China and Dr. Luo's comparative studies have offered new insight into the lives of these early Cretaceous mammals from the Liaoning Formation of China.
Main research interests in the past have been carnivores, esp. mustelids, cervids, island faunas and the Pleistocene in general. Research of Dr Gerard F. Willemsen
BBC - Beasts
Your gateway to Walking with Beasts ? includes TV evidence and making of, beast fact files, fun sections and educational resources.
Australian Cretaceous mammal discovery at Inverloch A Tribosphenic mammal from the Mesozoic of Australia
Reconstruction of the petrosal in Late Cretaceous multituberculates (Mammalia)
First European Workshop on Vertebrate Palaeontology, Geological Museum, Copenhagen University, 1st-4th May 1996
Mammaliaformes- phylogenetic tree
This is Mikko Haaramo's private archive of various phylogenetic trees, starting at Mammaliaformes.
Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park
Describes a 10 million year old volcanic ash deposit in Nebraska which contains the remains of rhinos, camels, horses and other mammals which once lived in the area.
Online bibliography of sloth research articles. Also includes a discussion of sloths and the people who study them.
Utah's Ice Age Animals
Ice Age Animals from the Utah Geological Survey
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