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Arabian and Canaanite Gazelles
Topic Started: Sep 27 2015, 08:59 AM (282 Views)
Sean Manning
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A genetics paper has revealed that the gazelles of the Arabian peninsula, and of coastal Canaan, are not one species but two. This means that the coastal variety is in greater danger than thought, since if the gazelles go locally extinct it would not be possible to re-introduce the same species from further inland.

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PLoS One article
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Todd Feinman
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Wonder which species this ancient Egyptian pet gazelle was?:

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