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I've looked on youtube and can't seem to find any good/comprehensive review of cladistics with explanations for monphlyetic groups, etc. What resources did you guys use to study for this?
 
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I did a few of these questions and the answers don't make sense. For example, it says that a crocodile is more closely related to a bird than it is to a lizard. C'mon bro, this defies common sense logic. I question the validity.
Why? Crocodiles are more closely related to birds than lizards.
 

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Did you notice in Q8, the author uses the letters F-A-G to appear in all four examples?
 
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I did a few of these questions and the answers don't make sense. For example, it says that a crocodile is more closely related to a bird than it is to a lizard. C'mon bro, this defies common sense logic. I question the validity.
Actually, this one may be true lol, from what I recall from my general bio course.
 
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