What’s a Coryphodon? - Carnegie Magazine
two scientists examining an animal skull at a table

John Wible and Michelle Spaulding are two in a team of researchers hoping to shed light on how mammals fared the Cretaceous extinction.

What’s a Coryphodon?

A Carnegie Museum of Natural History anatomist is leading a major new study aimed at telling a new, more informed story of long-lost mammals and humans’ evolutionary past.

By Jason Bittel

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