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ungulate

any of a large group of mammals all of which have hooves: divided into odd-toed ungulates (see perissodactyl) and even-toed ungulates (see artiodactyl)

ungulate

[′əŋ·gyə·lət]
(vertebrate zoology)
Referring to an animal that has hoofs.
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The Trivers-Willard model and sex-biased maternal investment in ungulates.
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Ungulate populations on islands typically evolve smaller body size, with the dominant interpretation being that resource limitation and reduced predation together lead to dwarfism.