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- opportunity afforded by the decline or extinction of previously dominant hypercarnivorous taxa. While the evolution of large size and carnivory may be favored...
- changes in the habitat and environmental ecosystem, the increasingly hypercarnivorous trend of the cats (especially the nimravids), volcanic activity, evolutionary...
- African wild dog (Lycaon pictus) and the extinct Lycaon sekowei. This hypercarnivorous and highly cursorial genus is distinguished by accessory cusps on the...
- 2019 m**** invasion of Russian polar bears The polar bear is a hypercarnivorous bear whose native range lies largely within the Arctic Circle Date 1 February...
- Hyaenodonta (sometimes referred as "Hyaenodontida") is an extinct group of hypercarnivorous eutherian mammals, originally cl****ified along with the oxyaenids as...
- is distinguished from Canis by dentition highly specialised for a hypercarnivorous diet, and a lack of dewclaws. It is estimated that about 6,600 adults...
- ISBN 0-8160-1125-7 Stucky, R. K.; Hardy, T. G. (2007). "A new large hypercarnivorous oxyaenid (Mammalia, Creodonta) from the Middle Eocene of the Wind River...
- meaning "of the group including") would include all of the large hypercarnivorous canids that inhabited the Old World during the Late Pliocene–Early...
- The hypocarnivorous American black bear (Ursus americ****) vs. the hypercarnivorous polar bear (Ursus maritimus)...
- an increase in body m**** with time and some exhibited specialized hypercarnivorous diets that made them prone to extinction. By the Oligocene, all three...
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