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Ancient Reptile Captorhinus Could Detach Its Tail To Escape Predator's Grasp

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    A new study shows how a group of small reptiles who lived 289 million years ago could detach their tails to escape the grasp of their would-be predators -- the oldest known example of such behavior. D6uudVn4bWY.gif

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