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An artistic reconstruction of a social group of Filikomys primaevus in a burrow. Picture: Misaki Ouchida

Snuggling in the late Cretaceous: fossils reveal early mammal social behaviour

Newly discovered fossils of a small, rodent-like animal show that snuggling was part of mammal behaviour from as far back as the late Cretaceous epoch.

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