Xiaoming Wang

Xiaoming Wang is a curator of Vertebrate Paleontology at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. In addition to his research on fossil carnivores, he also leads paleontological expeditions to Tibet and Inner Mon­golia. Previously in Natural History he coauthored, with Richard H. Tedford, “How Dogs Came to Run the World” (July/August 2008), adapted from their book Dogs: Their Fossil Relatives and Evolutionary History, illustrated by Mauricio Antón (Columbia University Press, 2008).

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The importance of food, jealousy, and paternal care in the evolution of owl monkey monogamy

La importancia del alimento, los celos y el cuidado paternal en la evolución de la monogamia en el mono mirikiná

Comparing the rewards of small-scale farming to those recounted by Thoreau

Conspicuous armaments are good visual proxies for fighting ability.