August 3, 2013
Convergence (2) by Carl Buell:
“The Australian marsupial predator Thylacinus cynocephalus, and the placental canine Dingo, that with a little help from H. sapiens, “replaced” it. In this case as with the previously posted sabertooths, the real story is very much more complicated than simple replacement, but the illustrations served their purpose in highlighting the concept.”

Convergence (2) by Carl Buell:

The Australian marsupial predator Thylacinus cynocephalus, and the placental canine Dingo, that with a little help from H. sapiens, “replaced” it. In this case as with the previously posted sabertooths, the real story is very much more complicated than simple replacement, but the illustrations served their purpose in highlighting the concept.

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