Prehistoric teeth dating back two million years reveal details on Africa's paleoclimate

New research shows that the climate of the interior of southern Africa almost two million years ago was much wetter than the modern environment. This first extensive paleoenvironmental sequence for the interior of southern Africa suggests that human ancestors were living in environments other than open, arid grasslands known from East African research of the same time period.
Source: Science Daily

Talking sense on climate change, the biology of behaviour and a prehistoric shark with a twist: New in paperback

Talking sense on climate change, the biology of behaviour and a prehistoric shark with a twist: New in paperback

Talking sense on climate change, the biology of behaviour and a prehistoric shark with a twist: New in paperback, Published online: 18 April 2018; doi:10.1038/d41586-018-04586-3

Mary Craig rounds up the highlights of this season’s releases.
Source: Nature