In a major review of how mammalian heads evolve, scientists found that adaptations to feeding explain why large species of mammals often have much longer faces compared to smaller closely related species: smaller mammals need stronger bites and shorter faces can impart more bite force

In a major review of how mammalian heads evolve, scientists found that adaptations to feeding explain why large species of mammals often have much longer faces compared to smaller closely related species: smaller mammals need stronger bites and shorter faces can impart more bite force