Useful Notes Prehistoric L Ife Mammals Discussion

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02:46:14 PM Sep 12th 2015
edited by Hunter1324
Should the fact that some modern cladistic analysis point out that Creodonta is paraphiletic be mentioned?

It was just recently edited on wikipedia's Creodonta page after all.
04:14:11 PM Jul 12th 2014
Why is this list ending at Australopiths? Why not include the Homo genus? What are the supposed "ethical reasons" behind not including our genus?
11:37:59 PM Jul 12th 2014
I suspect that simple omission is the reason - or that Homo being an extant genus doesn't count.
04:07:29 AM Jul 13th 2014
But extinct species of Panthera, Canis and Ursus are addressed. You can add a section on extinct species of Homo if you want.
12:09:38 PM Jul 15th 2014
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Thanks for your input. If you guys ask me, it seems more to avoid offending the ultra religious. But those kind of guys view sites like these as a taboo, so it doesn't really matter. If nobody minds, I will expand on the last folder to add our extinc ancestors and relatives from the Homo genus.
04:04:25 AM Aug 11th 2013
The part about Coryphodon seems dated. It's 2013; do people still support ungulate polyphyly?
11:27:44 PM Oct 10th 2012
The word "life" in the title seems a tad superfluous to me. Aren't all mammals life-forms?
01:34:31 AM Oct 11th 2012
It's part of a series on prehistoric life, as far as I can gather. Maybe we should punctuate it as Prehistoric Life — Mammals.
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