New DNA study suggests scimitar-toothed cats hunted in groups, chased prey to exhaustion

A team of researchers extracted a DNA sample from the fossil — a humerus bone found in the Klondike permafrost sediment that was so old it couldn’t be radiocarbon dated, meaning it goes at least 47,500 years back — and mapped out its entire nuclear genome.

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