BY MADISON RAE | SQ ONLINE WRITER | SQ ONLINE (2016-17) _____________________________________________________________________ How do we determine the economic worth of conservation? Some people... Read More
Paleocene mammals, such as ancestors of modern-day horses, were as small as common day housecats. Due to the rising heat, ectotherms, also known as cold-blooded animals, needed a bigger surface area to regulate their heat, so the bigger ectotherms were the winners and survived. Read More