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How the development of skulls and beaks made Darwin's finches one of the most diverse species

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Darwin's finches are among the most celebrated examples of adaptive radiation in the evolution of modern vertebrates and now a new study has provided fresh insights into their rapid development and evolutionary success.hDYpUVtKKsk

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