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Cetartiodactyla is a group comprised of two orders of mammals that are superficially quite different and that, until recently, were recognized as two separate ...

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The phylogeny of Cetartiodactyla: The importance of - ScienceDirect
The mammalian superorder Cetartiodactyla (whales and even-toed ungulates) contains nearly 300 species including many of immense commercial importance  ...
The position of Hippopotamidae within Cetartiodactyla
Feb 1, 2005 support to the clade Cetartiodactyla (cetaceans plus artiodactyls, ref. 7). On the ...
Early Miocene hippopotamids (Cetartiodactyla) constrain the
Jun 29, 2010 Early Miocene hippopotamids (Cetartiodactyla) constrain the phylogenetic and spatiotemporal settings of hippopotamid origin. Maeva Orliaca,1 ...
A complete phylogeny of the whales, dolphins and even-toed
Despite the biological and economic importance of the Cetartiodactyla, the ... present species-level tree of the Cetartiodactyla provides the first opportunity to ...
Molecular Evolution and Phylogenetics - Laura May-Collado
The phylogeny of Cetartiodactyla: The importance of dense taxon sampling, missing data, and the remarkable promise of cytochrome b to provide reliable.

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What the World Would Look Like If Humans Hadn't Killed All the Animals
“The megafauna of South America belonged to nine different orders, ranging from: Carnivora (carnivores) and Cetartiodactyla (a sprawling group of even-toed ungulates including cattle, deer, camels, pigs, goats and sheep) to Perissodactyla (odd-toed ...
Paleo Profile: Amidala's Strange Horn
Fossil mammals don't get the attention they deserve. If you've ever been to the sprawling fossil halls of one of the great eastern museums – the American Museum of Natural History, the Field, the Carnegie, the Peabody – you know what I mean.
A Quick History of Hippopotamuses
Hippos are represented today by just two species: the large, strongly amphibious Hippopotamus amphibius and the smaller, more terrestrial Pygmy hippo Hexaprotodon liberiensis*.
Xenokeryx amidalae: Ancient Three-Horned Mammal Unearthed in Spain
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Extinct 3-horned palaeomerycid ruminant found in Spain
The extinct three-horned palaeomerycid ruminant, Xenokeryx amidalae, found in Spain, may be from the same clade as giraffes, according to a study published December 2, 2015 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Israel M. Sánchez from the Museo ...

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Even-toed ungulate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In one of these studies, the scientific names of Cetacea and Artiodactyla was established in 1997 and for the first time, the name "Cetartiodactyla", proposed by  ...
ADW: Cetartiodactyla: INFORMATION
Cetartiodactyla is a group comprised of two orders of mammals that are superficially quite different and that, until recently, were recognized as two separate ...
Order Cetartiodactyla - Even-toed ungulates (and whales)
Apr 28, 2011 Order Cetartiodactyla. Even-toed ungulates ... and whales!
BBC Nature - Cetartiodactyla videos, news and facts
An evolutionary tree for the group of mammals known as Cetartiodactyla. When the evolution of mammals is analysed, some surprises emerge - such as the fact  ...
Order Cetartiodactyla -- They are the Even-toed hoofed animals
Cetartiodactyla -- Ruminants, grazers, and generally decent folk! huge tusks full body pose orca smiling. Origins.

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