Why Mammals Ruled Over Birds?

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After the extinction of the non-avian dinosaurs, the "doors" of the world were "open" for the survivors.
In this video, we will examine the reasons why mammals took over as the most successful animals, and most importantly, we will understand why the dinosaur legacy did not continue to dominate earth in the form of birds.

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Penn State. (2010, February 10). Why did mammals survive the 'K/T extinction'?. ScienceDaily. Retrieved November 14, 2021 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/01/100131221348.htm

Natural History Museum, London. (2009, January 28). Birds Survived Mass Extinction That Wiped Out Dinosaurs Because Of Their Larger Brains. ScienceDaily. Retrieved November 13, 2021 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/01/090127165505.htm

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Julius Csotonyi, Oxford University Museum of Natural History (1:32)
Sumio Harada, Minden Pictures/Nat Geo Image Collection (1:54)
Emily Willoughby, https://emilywilloughby.com/art (2:06)
Zhao Chuang, Peking Natural Science Organization (2:18)
Mark Witton, Sci News (2:24)
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Jack Mayer Wood, Artstation (2:53)
Hodari Nundu, The Extinctions (3:10)
Phillip Krzeminski, National Geographic (4:24)

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