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Ice Age Peccaries Had Babies in Spring, Spent, Winter in Caves
July 06, 2019
JOHNSON CITY, Tennessee, July 6 [TNSresearch] -- East Tennessee State University issued the following news:

Thanks to an abundance of fossils in Bat Cave, Missouri, paleontologists have been able to interpret seasonal social habits in the extinct flat-headed peccary, which lived tens of thousands of years ago during the Late Pleistocene Epoch.

The research, published in the journal PeerJ, was conducted by Aaron Woodruff, a graduate of the East Tennessee State University . . .

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