Anatomy professor Darin Croft’s book reviewed by Scientific American

Photo of Darin CroftIn a recent review published by Scientific American, Darin Croft’s book Horned Armadillos and Rafting Monkeys: The Fascinating Fossil Mammals of South America is described in detail and praised not only for its organization and accuracy, but also for its illustrations.

Croft is a professor of anatomy in the School of Medicine. In this book, he and his illustrator worked together to re-create images of South American Cenozoic mammals and explain why they are anatomically comprised the way they are. Learn more about his book at thedaily.case.edu/new-book-details-south-americas-surprising-prehistoric-mammals/.

Read the review.