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Images Dated 2nd August 2004

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FG-DZ-240 Featured 2 Aug 2004 Print

FG-DZ-240

FG-dz-240
Fossil: Ammonite Placenticeras, Bear Paw Formation
Alberta, Canada
Placenticeras intercalari
Diameter : about 22 cm
Cretaceous (about - 71 Million years old)
Francois Gohier

© Francois Gohier / ardea.com

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Convergent evolution Featured 2 Aug 2004 Print

Convergent evolution

Convergent evolution. Historical artwork of a hummingbird hawk moth (left) and a hummingbird (right) feeding. These animals show convergent evolution, the evolution of similar traits by unrelated species that occupy similar niches. Both the moth and the bird feed on nectar from flowers, and both hover in mid-air to do so. The hummingbird has a long thin beak and tongue to reach the nectar, while the humming bird hawk moth has a long proboscus. The animals are so similar that the moth is often mistaken for the hummingbird. Taken from The Naturalist on the Amazons by the nineteenth century naturalist Henry Bates

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