Escape artist: Ancient reptile Captorhinus could detach its tail to elude predators

a reptile with a close up of its tail bone structure
Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - 8:29am

A new study by a University of Toronto research team led by Professor Robert Reisz and PhD student Aaron LeBlanc shows how small reptiles that lived 289 million years ago could detach their tails to escape the grasp of predators.

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