Published June 1, 2020 | Version v1
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An eye for a tooth: Thylacosmilus was not a marsupial "saber-tooth predator"

  • 1. University of Bristol
  • 2. Universidad de Málaga
  • 3. Vanderbilt University
  • 4. University of Birmingham

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References

  • Janis et al. (2020) n eye for a tooth: Thylacosmilus was not a marsupial "saber-tooth predator. Peerj.