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Fig. 3. A series to show the reversion of the pig's manus to the pentadactyl condition

A, carpals and metacarpals of the fossil Ancodus;

B, of a polydactyl pig;

C, of a normal pig.

I.-V., first to fifth digits; trz., trapezium, the carpal element of the pollex.

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Prentiss CW. Extra digits and digital reductions. (1906) Popular Science Monthly. 336-448.

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