- Origins of cattle on Chirikof Island, Alaska, elucidated from genome-wide SNP
- These single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) data were integrated with the data generated from the worldwide sampling of domestic cattle conducted by Decker et al. (2014a, b).
- “De-extinction” could spawn birth of hybrid species
- An ordinary cow gave birth to a banteng—Bos javanicus, a species of wild cattle from Asia—in 2003.
- Great Asian cattle
- When unable to produce anything new, I resort to the extensive Tet Zoo archives. Here's an article from ver 2, first published in April 2009...
- Behold: Hamster-Size Deer Born in Spain
- (AP Photo/Keystone/Patrick B. Kraemer). View 1 more image.
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