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How birds evolved to be different

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Old Thursday 23rd May 2019, 04:20   #1
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How birds evolved to be different

Michael Gross, 2019

How birds evolved to be different.

Current Biology 29(10): R341-R344



Birds share a number of unique features setting them apart from other vertebrates. These range from their anatomical adaptations to reproductive traits and behaviour. New fossil discoveries and advances in genomics and have shed light on the evolution of these remarkable differences. Michael Gross reports.


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