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author adrianBrent Adrian, Institute of Human Origins, School of Human Evolution and Social Change, 900 S. Cady Mall, Tempe, Arizona 85287, USA. 

Brent Adrian is a paleontologist and PhD student in Evolutionary Anthropology at Arizona State University. His work focuses on the functional anatomy of extant and extinct carnivorans, as well as turtle evolution and paleobiogeography, focusing on Cretaceous sites in the Western Interior of North America.



author smithHeather F. Smith. Department of Anatomy, 19555 N. 59th Avenue, Midwestern University, Glendale, Arizona 85308, USA.
Heather F. Smith is an anatomist and paleontologist who studies morphological evolution in turtles, carnivorans, and primates. Her paleontological work focuses on the evolution of turtle communities in the Western Interior of North America, in particular from the Late Cretaceous through the Eocene. She also researches functional morphology in extant taxa, using comparative dissection and imaging techniques. She is a Professor of Anatomy at Midwestern University and a Fellow of the American Association for Anatomy.



author notoChristopher R. Noto. Department of Biological Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Parkside, Kenosha, Wisconsin 53141, USA.

Christopher Noto is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences. He holds a B.S in Geophysical Sciences from the University of Chicago and Ph.D in Ecology and Evolution from Stony Brook University. His research focuses on various aspects related to paleoecology, including taphonomy, functional morphology, and comparative anatomy with particular interest in Mesozoic terrestrial ecosystems. Since 2010 his research work has centered around describing the flora, fauna, and paleoenvironments of a diverse fossil locality called the Arlington Archosaur Site near Dallas, Texas.

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