Thursday, 19 February 2015

Size matters in the battle to adapt to diverse environments, avoid extinction

February 18, 2015

University of Toronto

By examining research on global patterns of amphibian diversification over hundreds of millions of years, researchers have discovered that 'sexually dimorphic' species -- those in which males and females differ in size, for example -- are at lower risk of extinction and better able to adapt to diverse environments.

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