FSU researcher: Family of rodents may explain how some groups of animals become so diverse

FSU researcher: Family of rodents may explain how some groups of animals become so diverse

FSU Professor of Biological Science Scott Steppan and his former postdoctoral researcher John Schenk, now at Georgia Southern University, developed a new model that shows how geography can play a major role in how families of animals evolve and result in many species.

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