blog navigation

blog posts

  • Tree-dwelling mammals climb to the heights of longevity

    Milena Shattuck and Scott Williams, doctoral candidates in anthropology, have found that tree-dwelling mammals live longer than those who live on the ground. Humans are an exception, but tree-dwelling ancestors may explain that.

    Milena Shattuck and Scott Williams, doctoral candidates in anthropology, have found that tree-dwelling mammals live longer than those who live on the ground. Humans are an exception, but tree-dwelling ancestors may explain that.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

    Images

    • Close

      Milena Shattuck and Scott Williams, doctoral candidates in anthropology, have found that tree-dwelling mammals live longer than those who live on the ground. Humans are an exception, but tree-dwelling ancestors may explain that.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

blog posts