Fossils reveal mammal social behavior goes back to age of dinosaurs (

Mammals have been social creatures for millions of years longer than we previously thought, living in family groups as early as 76 million years ago, as revealed by the discovery of tightly packed fossil remains in what is now Montana.

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Neanderthal milk teeth show their babies were raised similar to modern humans (

Seven-year-old boy stumbles on fossil remains of gigantic sea monster (