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Study shows treeshrews break evolutionary 'rules'
January 5, 2018
According to a study published in the journal Ecology and Evolution, Tupaia glis, the common treeshrew, defies two widely tested rules that describe patterns of geographical variation within species: the island rule and Bergmann's rule. Credit: Carlos Amarillo/Shutterstock.com Full Story
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