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Convergent geographic patterns between grizzly bear population genetic structure and Indigenous language groups in coastal British Columbia, Canada
Diet Evolution and Habitat Contraction of Giant Pandas via Stable Isotope Analysis
Dietary ecology of Alaskan polar bears (Ursus maritimus) through time and in response to Arctic climate change
Evolutionary history and palaeoecology of brown bear in North-East Siberia re-examined using ancient DNA and stable isotopes from skeletal remains
Genetic analysis of hair samples attributed to yeti, bigfoot and other anomalous primates
Himalayan ‘yeti’ DNA: polar bear or DNA degradation? A comment on ‘Genetic analysis of hair samples attributed to yeti’ by Sykes et al. (2014)
Middle Pleistocene genome calibrates a revisedevolutionary history of extinct cave bears

The evolutionary history of bears is characterized by gene flow across species








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