Ancient mass extinction may have driven millipedes to eat meat

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Fossilised remains of an ancient millipede with a mammal ancestor

David P. Groenewald

Ancient millipedes may have turned to scavenging animal remains out of desperation after the catastrophic plant die-off at the end of the Permian Period, around 252 million years ago. This could reveal how…

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