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From: Functional ecological convergence between the thylacine and small prey-focused canids

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The thylacine and canid comparatives. Photographs and crania in dorsal and lateral view of a, e thylacine (Thylacinus cynocephalus), b, f gray wolf (Canis lupus), c, g dingo, and d, h side-striped jackal (Lupulella adustus). Images not to scale. Image credits: a by E.J.K. Baker, Report of the Smithsonian Institution 1904, public domain, colourised by the authors; b by Neil Herbert, Yellowstone National Park, public domain; c by Jarrod Amoore CC BY 2.0; d by T.A. Hermann, NBII WikiCommons, public domain. Images have been adjusted to enhance contrast between subject and background by the authors. Crania eh are mean shape mesh warps derived from this study’s dataset

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