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==Recent evolutionary radiations==
 
A number of groups have undergone evolutionary radiation in relatively recent times. The [[cichlidae|cichlids]] in particular have been much studied by [[biology|biologists]]. In places such as [[Lake Malawi]] they have evolved into a very wide variety of forms, including species that are filter feeders, snail eaters, brood parasites, algal grazers, and fish-eaters.<ref>The Cichlid Fishes: Nature's Grand Experiment in Evolution by George Barlow (2002)</ref> [[Grass]]es have been another success, evolving in parallel with [[grazing]] [[herbivore]]s such as [[horse]]s and [[antelope]].<ref>[linkhttp://www.palaeos.com/Cenozoic/Cenozoic.htm brokenPalaeos Cenozoic: The Cenozoic Era<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>
 
==References==