Ekgmowechashala, the last primate to populate North America before humans. (Artistic illustration)
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Due to its unique morphology and the fact that it is represented only by dental remains, its place in mammalian evolution has been the subject of debate, but consensus has leaning in favor of its classification as a primate, explains in a press release paleontologist Kathleen Rust, of the Biodiversity Institute at the University of Kansas, and lead author of the work published in theJournal of Human Evolution(New window) (in English).
The first North American primates appeared about 56 million years ago and thrived on the continent for more than 20 million years. They then all disappeared 34 million years ago, when the planet became colder and drier, making the continent inhospitable to these usually heat-loving animals.