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This is a very interesting post by Jerry Coyne, author of Why Evolution Is True, if you happen to be very interested in giraffes, okapis, and pronghorn antelope, which I happen to be. I think you will be too.
Read all of Species without relatives at Coyne’s blog.
Hat tip to Ed Yong.
Lance Mannion on Tuesday, November 08, 2011 in Notes from the field | Permalink
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