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  • How Long Do Baby Mammals Stay With Their M...(02:23)
  • Videos of newborn animals are going viral this summer, prompting WSJ's Jason Bellini to wonder how long these animals stay with their mothers. Here's ...
  • Date: August 15, 2013
  • Source: WSJLive
  • Bamboo Lemur Cub Lives at Szeged Wildlife ...(00:58)
  • A rare bamboo lemur cub was born three weeks ago at the Szeged Wildlife Park in Hungary. The furry breed eats mainly, you guessed it, bamboo.
  • Date: August 29, 2013
  • Source: NowThis News
  • Mammal-Eating Fish Prove To Be Common In S...(00:57)
  • In Alaska, fish that eat mammals aren’t that uncommon a thing. In the course of their 13-year study, researchers reviewed the stomach contents of nume...
  • Date: September 13, 2014
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Fossil Reveals New Mammal Lived Near the E...(01:09)
  • Researchers at Stony Brook University have named a rare fossilized skull a new mammal called Vintana sertichi. The vermin-like mammal lived 60 - 70 mi...
  • Date: November 06, 2014
  • Source: Mashable
  • These 5 Prehistoric Mammals Were Pretty Mo...(03:32)
  • You may think bunnies, piglets, and even furry squirrels are cute and cuddly -- but it turns out that their prehistoric ancestors and relatives were q...
  • Date: December 23, 2014
  • Source: Talk Nerdy to Me
  • New Mammal Discovered(01:09)
  • Scientists have discovered a new mammal called macro-skele-dies micas. The creature is so tiny, it looks like a rat, but appearances aside it’s actual...
  • Date: June 26, 2014
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Stranded False Killer Whale Calf Rescued o...(01:24)
  • Staff at Vancouver Aquarium are caring for a sick, injured cetacean known as a false killer whale that was found stranded on a beach in Tofino, B.C. V...
  • Date: July 11, 2014
  • Source: Canadian Press

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