Grassland expansion was not a main driver of mammal evolution in Plio-Pleistocene Africa, research suggests

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Mammal evolution in Africa, including that of modern human ancestors, through the late Cenozoic (Plio-Pleistocene, ~5.3 million years ago) may not have been driven by the expansion of grasslands as previously thought, new research has suggested.
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