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Figures in the Text 1 Adaptive radiation in the teeth and in the feet and limbs
Home ranges territories neutral areas and unoccupied areas in a quadrat for a given species of mammal
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animal bats beaver belly body bones bony breeding burrow canines carnassials cheek teeth chiefly chipmunk claws color Cricetinae cusps deer DESCRIPTION-The diameter digitigrade ears eastern mole ECONOMIC STATUS-The European hare Family feet female flying squirrels forests fossorial four gestation period gray ground squirrel HABITAT-It HABITAT-The habits HABITS-The hairs hare hind foot home range incisors infraorbital foramen insects interfemoral membrane Journ Lakes region last upper molar least weasel legs length of skull Length of tail litter lower jaw male Mammalogy mammals meadow vole mice molar mole mouse nest number of teeth palate plantigrade postorbital processes premolar rodents season shorttail shrew Sorex side of upper skin skunk small mammals snowshoe hare species stripes toes tooth Total length less Total number traps trees underparts upper incisors usually vole weasel weight width winter yellowish young are born zygomatic arch zygomatic plate