Climate history, human impacts and global body size of Carnivora (Mammalia: Eutheria) at multiple evolutionary scales
Aim One of the longest recognized patterns in macroecology, Bergmann's rule, describes the tendency for homeothermic animals to have larger body sizes in cooler climates than their phylogenetic relatives in warmer climates. Here we provide an integrative
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