Monotremes could suckle at nipples earlier
Beeps By | Jul 19 2018

The discovery of key fossils of monotremes,( i.e. mammals who don’t have nipples and the young ones lick or slurp milk from patches on the mother’s body), shows that the monotreme ancestors could suckle after all. This finding can change the understanding of the evolution and anatomy of suckling, that is a defining feature of mammalian class.

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