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This has prompted authorities to protect the last remaining hope for the survival of the sub-species from poachers by deploying the rhino under the watch of armed guards at all times.
The pair were among 131 different sub-species that Crisp's team identified within the genus Daviesia, which are commonly known as 'egg and bacon peas' due to the colors of their flowers.
1993) differentiated the four sub-species on the basis of phenotypic characteristics including wing and tail length, body weight and differences in upper and lower mandible.
The northern giraffe includes the elusive sub-species, the Nubian giraffe, from Ethiopia and South Sudan.
Thanks to Kobe, the Department of Veterans Affairs and the van, the paranoia is gone, and I remain in the sub-species that's precious to all Americans--"Homo liberus.
ABABY elephant who lost part of his leg in a snare trap is one of the stars of this film about Sri Lanka's own sub-species of Asian elephants.
NATURAL WORLD: SRI LANKA - ELEPHANT ISLAND (9pm BBC2) A BABY elephant who lost part of his leg in a snare trap is one of the stars of this film about Sri Lanka's own sub-species of Asian elephants.
In the second and largest section, he considers hazards that include harm to children (physical and psychosocial), broader consequences for a society with potentially multiple human sub-species, the end of the human lineage and what our history with Neanderthals might say about it, and the hard question of natural or directed evolution.
We can only hope also that our unique endemic sub-species homo cypriensis rusfetica will bite the dust and become as extinct as the dinosaurs that they resemble.
The purpose of subtyping is to differentiate isolates of bacteria beyond classifying their species or sub-species.