Rapid and Repeated Origin of Insular Gigantism and Dwarfism in Australian Tiger Snakes
It is a well-known phenomenon that islands can support populations of gigantic or dwarf forms of mainland conspecifics, but the variety of explanatory hypotheses for this phenomenon have been difficult to disentangle. The highly venomous Australian tiger
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