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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Sexual dimorphism.
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  • Australopithecus afarensis [r]: An extinct hominid species, which to some, is considered to be the "missing link" in human evolution. [e]
  • Aye-aye [r]: A lemur that is the sole living member of the family Daubentoniidae. [e]
  • Bipedalism [r]: Bipedalism is the act of walking upright on two limbs. It is key to understanding human evolution and biomechanics. [e]
  • Bowerbird [r]: Bird of the family Ptilonorhynchidae of Australia and New Guinea, the males of which build large elaborate structures of grasses, twigs, and brightly colored materials to attract females. [e]
  • Breed standard [r]: Set of guidelines which is used to ensure that the animals produced by a breeder or breeding facility conform to the specifics of the breed. [e]
  • Great Dane [r]: A very large dog breed, usually classed in the working dog group. [e]
  • Green Anaconda [r]: Largest member of the boa family of snakes and a member of the super-order Squamata, known to live in the seasonally flooded lowlands surrounding the Amazon basin. [e]
  • Indri indri (Indri) [r]: The largest living lemur native only on the island of Madagascar. [e]
  • Natural selection [r]: The differential survival and/or reproduction of classes of entities that differ in one or more characteristics [e]
  • Pollen [r]: Fine to coarse powder consisting of microgametophytes, which produce the male gametes of seed plants. [e]
  • Rottweiler [r]: A large breed of dog known for its great physical strength and strong protective instinct. [e]
  • Steroid [r]: Hormone group that controls metabolism, catabolism, growth, electrolyte balance and sexual characteristics. [e]