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English: A dymaxion map of the biogeographic distribution of Camelidae species. Light blue indicates the Tertiary distribution, dark blue indicates the present-day distributions, and green indicates the introduced (feral) distributions. The yellow dot is the origin of the Camelidae family and the black arrows are the historic migration routes that explain the present day distribution.
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Author Andrew Z. Colvin


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