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  • noun Plural form of ungulate.

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Examples

  • Lentiviruses are found only in ungulates (hoofed animals) and are found in no primate species normally in nature, which can easily be confirmed by books on viral taxonomy published before 1980, after which date they were all rewritten by the Bio-Warfare criminals.

    Think Progress » An Inconvenient Truth and An Intolerable Summer

  • Lentiviruses are found only in ungulates (hoofed animals) and are found in no primate species normally in nature, which can easily be confirmed by books on viral taxonomy published before 1980, after which they were all rewritten by the Bio-Warfare criminals.

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  • Lentiviruses are found only in ungulates (hoofed animals) and are found in no primate species normally in nature, which can easily be confirmed by books on viral taxonomy published before 1980, after which they were all rewritten by the Bio-Warfare criminals.

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  • Lentiviruses are found only in ungulates (hoofed animals) and are found in no primate species normally in nature, which can easily be confirmed by books on viral taxonomy published before 1980, after which they were all rewritten by the Bio-Warfare criminals.

    What censorship looks like « BuzzMachine

  • Lentiviruses are found only in ungulates (hoofed animals) and are found in no primate species normally in nature, which can easily be confirmed by books on viral taxonomy published before 1980, after which they were all rewritten by the Bio-Warfare criminals.

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  • It is the first time in the world that this has been achieved using somatic cells (cells that are not sperm or egg cells) from any animal with hooves (known as ungulates).

    Chinese Scientists Create Pluripotent Stem Cells From Pigs | Impact Lab

  • (cells that are not sperm or egg cells) from any animal with hooves (known as ungulates).

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • In many cases inferences are made based on time-series analyses of population abundance data for a few conspicuous species such as ungulates and lemmings.

    Phenotypic responses of arctic species to changes in climate and ultraviolet-B radiation

  • Most aim to enhance habitat for, and numbers of, game species, such as ungulates and game birds to draw income from tourism ventures.

    Namibian savanna woodlands

  • Most aim to enhance habitat for, and numbers of, game species such as ungulates or game birds, and many draw income from tourism.

    Kaokoveld desert

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