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  1. Charles Robert Darwin ‎(14 categories)
  2. Taxus baccata ‎(9 categories)
  3. Lystrosaurus ‎(5 categories)
  4. Xiaotingia ‎(5 categories)
  5. Chamaeleonidae ‎(5 categories)
  6. Homology ‎(5 categories)
  7. Shonisaurus ‎(4 categories)
  8. Megalocnus ‎(4 categories)
  9. Cretaceous ‎(4 categories)
  10. Triassic ‎(4 categories)
  11. Last Universal Common Ancestor ‎(4 categories)
  12. Jurassic ‎(4 categories)
  13. Kelp ‎(4 categories)
  14. Tongue ‎(4 categories)
  15. Redlichiida ‎(3 categories)
  16. Antiarchi ‎(3 categories)
  17. Stensioella heintzi ‎(3 categories)
  18. Phosphates of Morocco ‎(3 categories)
  19. Lobopoda ‎(3 categories)
  20. Recent ‎(3 categories)
  21. Thecodontia ‎(3 categories)
  22. Bothriolepis ‎(3 categories)
  23. Biochemistry ‎(3 categories)
  24. Pseudopetalichthyida ‎(3 categories)
  25. Tentacle ‎(3 categories)
  26. Redlichiina ‎(3 categories)
  27. Gogia ‎(3 categories)
  28. Candiacervus ‎(3 categories)
  29. Eurotamandua ‎(3 categories)
  30. Self-replication ‎(3 categories)
  31. Ornithopoda ‎(3 categories)
  32. Phyllolepida ‎(3 categories)
  33. Organism ‎(3 categories)
  34. Permian-Triassic extinction ‎(3 categories)
  35. Dickinsonia ‎(3 categories)
  36. Temnospondyli ‎(3 categories)
  37. Suspension feeder ‎(3 categories)
  38. Necromanis ‎(3 categories)
  39. Cladistics ‎(3 categories)
  40. Eureptilia ‎(3 categories)
  41. Annelida ‎(3 categories)
  42. Paleogene ‎(3 categories)
  43. Timeline of evolution ‎(3 categories)
  44. Crurotarsi ‎(3 categories)
  45. Carnivore ‎(3 categories)
  46. Eomanis ‎(3 categories)
  47. Linnean taxonomy ‎(3 categories)
  48. Hibernaspidoidei ‎(3 categories)
  49. Benthic ‎(3 categories)
  50. ‎(3 categories)
  51. Reptilia ‎(3 categories)
  52. Lucy ‎(3 categories)
  53. Herbivore ‎(3 categories)
  54. Holocene ‎(3 categories)
  55. Megaloceros ‎(3 categories)
  56. Dissacus ‎(3 categories)
  57. Tarbosaurus ‎(3 categories)
  58. Freshwater ‎(3 categories)
  59. Eocene ‎(3 categories)
  60. Petalichthyida ‎(3 categories)
  61. Libralces ‎(3 categories)
  62. Saurischia ‎(2 categories)
  63. Omnivore ‎(2 categories)
  64. Late Cretaceous ‎(2 categories)
  65. Fungi ‎(2 categories)
  66. Middle Triassic ‎(2 categories)
  67. Campanian ‎(2 categories)
  68. Phanerozoic ‎(2 categories)
  69. Ankalagon saurognathus ‎(2 categories)
  70. Society ‎(2 categories)
  71. Ostreoida ‎(2 categories)
  72. Norian ‎(2 categories)
  73. Crocodylomorpha ‎(2 categories)
  74. Oligocene ‎(2 categories)
  75. Domain ‎(2 categories)
  76. Late Triassic ‎(2 categories)
  77. Phylogenetic taxonomy ‎(2 categories)
  78. Maastrichtian ‎(2 categories)
  79. Subkingdom ‎(2 categories)
  80. Albian ‎(2 categories)
  81. Tribe ‎(2 categories)
  82. Piscivore ‎(2 categories)
  83. Detritivore ‎(2 categories)
  84. Kingdom ‎(2 categories)
  85. Gondwana ‎(2 categories)
  86. Homobasidiomycetes ‎(2 categories)
  87. Anteosauria ‎(2 categories)
  88. Trophic level ‎(2 categories)
  89. Tree of Life Web Project ‎(2 categories)
  90. Dinocephalia ‎(2 categories)
  91. Gelasian ‎(2 categories)
  92. Ostreidae ‎(2 categories)
  93. Rhaetian ‎(2 categories)
  94. Olenellina ‎(2 categories)
  95. Neogene ‎(2 categories)
  96. Proterosuchidae ‎(2 categories)
  97. Development of Darwin's theory ‎(2 categories)
  98. Subphylum ‎(2 categories)
  99. Carboniferous ‎(2 categories)
  100. Lepidosauromorpha ‎(2 categories)

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