Hadromys humei, Hume's rat, has a restricted geographical distribution limited to northeastern India and southern China. During the middle Pleistocene, its distribution extended to the south, as it occurs in 10 fossil localities in Thailand. This southward extension of its distributional range is related to climatic changes that affected southeastern Asia during the Pleistocene.
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