Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
The U.S. Geological Survey
United States Virgin Islands
Neal Woodman is a U.S. Geological Survey Research Zoologist and Curator of Mammals stationed with the Biological Survey Unit in the U.S. National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. His research focuses on morphology, diversity, taxonomy, and evolutionary relationships of mammals, with a particular emphasis on the Soricidae (shrews) and Tupaiidae (tree shrews), although his portfolio also includes work with rodents, bats, proboscideans (elephants and their relatives), and North American, Neotropical, and Asian faunas.
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What Ancient Egyptian Shrew Mummies Reveal About Small Mammal Responses to Climate Change
Biological Survey Unit