The monitor lizard is a fascinating creature, and one that makes me excited to get to work.
The monitor is one of those rare, exotic, and completely unexpected animals that has become one of my favorite pets in recent years.
The Monitor Lizard is also one of the few things in nature that have evolved from a rodent.
For many years, rodent-like primates (like the squirrel and rat) were thought to have been the most likely ancestor of all primates.
But in 2010, researchers from Cornell University discovered that there is a more probable evolutionary explanation for this: rodent-style primate evolution occurred in the Late Cretaceous Period (about 235 million years ago).
The study published in Science Advances looked at how the rodent’s eyes, ears, and jaws evolved.
They found that the eye was actually more primitive, with an eye socket more primitive than a rat’s, and the jaw evolved at a more primitive time.
Now, this isn’t an argument for rat-like primate origins.
I’ve been a fan of rodent-looking primates for years, but the mouse is still a much better candidate than rat as the closest ancestor to primates.
But the fact that this mouse ancestor has evolved to have a very different jaw shape and eye socket is just as intriguing.
“We can speculate about a whole lot of different things,” said Cornell’s Dr. Matthew Haus of the work.
“We don’t know all the answers yet.”
The Mouse’s Eyelid The research suggests that rodent-type primates (including mice, rats, and hamsters) were a close relative of humans when they were first born.
This is important because rodents are more closely related to humans than apes are to chimps.
Scientists believe that the mouse evolved from rodents about 45 million years before our ancestors were born.
As it stands, mouse-like animals were not much more than small rodents, which were about half as long as an average human.
It is likely that humans, on average, are closer to rodents than chimps are to monkeys, which are about one-half the size.
That’s why the mouse’s eye socket has evolved into what we know as the “eye of the mouse.”
This means that the human eye has been evolving to fit over the rodent eye.
Researchers theorize that this evolved to help the mouse see in a dark environment.
So while the mouse has evolved the ability to see in the dark, it has also evolved the capacity to see light.
Humans and rodents are also closely related in other ways.
One of these is the size of the two eyes.
Rats and mice have large eyes, and humans have small eyes.
The size of a rat or mouse’s eyes may be related to its ability to eat, but it may also be related directly to how well it can see in bright light.
The mouse and rat have similar size eyes, which means they’re both able to see very little in the light.
If we look closely at the way mice and rats see in dark environments, we can see the mouse and its smaller, more primitive eyes are actually able to pick up more light.
Scientists have been looking at how this evolved, but what is most interesting is that mice and humans are both closely related, even though they are very different.
As such, they share many similarities.
Both rodents have eyes that are larger than the human’s, which makes them less likely to be able to distinguish colors, and they’re also more closely similar in size and shape.
And mice have the ability of using their own eyes to see through dark environments.
In fact, mice have been known to use their own retinas to see into the dark.
However, humans have a “sight hole” in their eye that lets them see through objects.
Mice have also evolved a “sensory area” in the front of their eye, which helps them find food and predators.
All mammals are related to each other by being closely related animals.
If you think about it, they are all closely related.
What does that mean?
We can look at all of the similarities and differences between mammals and other animals and we can come to some common patterns that allow us to understand how these things evolved.
This is a very interesting and interesting study.
It’s not just because it’s one of nature’s earliest ancestors.
There are many similarities that are shared between the mouse, rat, and human.
This research may be the most complete and detailed study of the evolution of a mouse and a rat yet.
Even more intriguing is that it looks at the evolution in humans, which is probably the most diverse animal on the planet.
Human-like mammals have evolved to be both larger and more muscular than their rodent-sized ancestors.