Insect discovery sheds light on climate change

by Blogburger on July 13, 2013

Toronto: Biologists have discovered a new, extinct family of insects that will help scientists better understand how some animals responded to global climate change and the evolution of communities. The researchers have named the new family the Eorpidae, after the Eocene Epoch, the age when these insects lived some 50 million years…

WN.com – Science News

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