Paleontologists reveal ancient Arctic...

Paleontologists reveal ancient Arctic ecosystem teeming with life

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Here's a look at the warmer, wetter world of Ellesmere Island, 53 million years ago, as a hippo-like mammal, called a Coryphodon, enjoys mild temperatures, year-round. (COURTESY OF THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY Two Canadian scientists have completed a comprehensive portrait of the lush, rainforest-like ecosystem - populated by prehistoric ... (more)

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Tim

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#1 Feb 14, 2012

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