for the knowledge of the faunas of fossil mammals from the lower continental Miocene of the Iberian Peninsula and their paleoclimatic evolution ”, points out Jorge Morales, MNCN researcher and co-author. “Furthermore, thanks to the numerous Iberictis fossils found in the Casots, the presence of Iberictis buloti has been detected for the first time in the Iberian Peninsula”, highlights Alberto Valenciano, leader of the work carried out during his thesis at the Institute of Geosciences (UCM- CSIC) who is currently working as a researcher at the Iziko South African Museum and the University of Cape Town (South Africa). The fossils found, whose analysis has been published in the Journal of Mammalian Evolution, have made it possible for the first time to carry out a cladistic analysis – evolutionary relationships based on derived similarities – to clarify the kinship

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relationships of these extinct forms with other Eritrea Email List extinct and current mustelids. According to Valenciano, “as the most important result of the research, it has been shown that Iberictis would be more related to the giant mustelid of the Upper Miocene Plesiogulo, and that both have a sister group relationship with the current wolverine, showing that these three groups of mustelids ( Iberictis – Plesiogulo – Gulo ) belong to the same lineage of gluttons called Gulonini, of which only the glutton has survived to this day ”. From today on, at the Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH), it is possible to collect invitations to attend the talk Grandmothers and human evolution, to be given by Dr. James O’Connell, distinguished emeritus professor at the University of Utah, member of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, and renowned around the world for his research into the last hunter-gatherer cultures in Africa and Australia, within which he lived for long periods. In the talk,

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which will be given next Saturday, 22 September, at 7 pm, in the CENIEH Conference Hall, Dr. O’Connell will highlight the fundamental role played by grandmothers in the success of our species: this success was traditionally attributed to men, almost exclusively, in their capacities as hunters and heads of the family. The schedule for collecting invitations (maximum of six per person) is from 9 am to 8 pm, Mondays to Fridays, at CENIEH reception, although it is also possible to book them by calling 947040800, up to the day of the event itself. Because the talk will be given in English, a simultaneous interpretation service into Spanish will be provided. An investigation with the participation of researchers from the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) has shown that the biodiversity of mammals that inhabited the Iberian Peninsula between 15 and 2 million years

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