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 v.— «Extinct rhinos, horses and zebras were inconsistent with predictions about adult sex ratios, which underscores the inherent difficulty in backcasting historic patterns to some monomorphic taxa.» —“Back-casting sociality in extinct species: new perspectives using mass death assemblages and sex ratios” by J. Berger et al. PubMed Jan. 22, 2001. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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