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A review and reappraisal of the specific gravities of present and past multicellular organisms, with an emphasis on tetrapods » <em>The Anatomical Record</em> is an anatomy journal publishing new discoveries in the morphological aspects of molecular, cellular, developmental, evolutionary, and systems biology.

Night Fury » The Night Fury is a medium-sized Strike Class dragon that first appeared in How to Train Your Dragon. The Night Fury was originally inspired by a black panther screensaver on one of the story artist's monitors. DeBlois says that the image was 'striking and electrifying, with those eyes staring out from the darkest black face'. Some of the Night Furies movements were inspired by one of the animators cats and other animals. The Night Fury's personality, appearance, and behavior is a mix of a horse

Neurovascular evidence for a co-occurrence of teeth and baleen in an Oligocene mysticete and the transition to filter-feeding in baleen whales » Abstract. Extant baleen whales (Mysticeti) have a deciduous foetal dentition, but are edentulous at birth. Fossils reveal that the earliest mysticetes possessed

(PDF) Gizzard vs. teeth, it's a tie: Food-processing efficiency in herbivorous birds and mammals and implications for dinosaur feeding strategies » PDF | Particle size reduction is a primary means of improving efficiency in herbivores. The mode of food particle size reduction is one of the main…| Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate

Feeding in Marine Mammals » Feeding in marine mammals: An integration of evolution and ecology through time

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