These Little, Lemur-Like Primates Were The Last Non-Human Primates To Exist In North America Before Humans, And Scientists Are Only Now Beginning To Piece Together Clues To Trace Back This Creatures’ Origins

When they arrived in North America 33 million years after climate change killed off the other primates in the area, they settled in the forests of the Rocky Mountains. At that time, the forests were a lot warmer and wetter than the ones we know now.

Four million years later, Ekgmowechashala showed up in the fossil record. In the context of the evolutionary lifetime, the appearance of Ekgmowechashala was very brief, demonstrating that primates could not adapt to the conditions in North America.

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