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Title: Interspecific gene flow and the evolution of specialisation in black and white rhinoceros
Author(s): Moodley, Y.; Westbury, M.V.; Russo, I-R.M.; Gopalakrishnan, S.; Rakotoarivelo, A.; Olsen, R.A.; Prost, S.; Tunstall, T.; Ryder, O.A.; Dalen, L.; Bruford, M.W.
Year published: 2020
Journal: Molecular Biology and Evolution
Volume: 37 (11)
Pages: 3105-3117 -
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White Rhino
Africa’s black (Diceros bicornis) and white (Ceratotherium simum) rhinoceros are closely related sister-taxa that evolved highly divergent obligate browsing and grazing feeding strategies. Although their precursor species Diceros praecox and Ceratotherium mauritanicum appear in the fossil recor...

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