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Figure S1. Crania and mandibles of selected specimens of each bear species analyzed in this study. Specimens of A. simus taken from Richards & Turnbull (1995). Scale bar lengths are 10 cm for crania and 5 cm for mandibles.

Table S1. Eigenvalues and percentages of variance explained by the relative warps (RW) derived from the analysis of mandibular shape in bears.

Table S2. Eigenvalues and percentages of variance explained by the relative warps (RW) derived from the analysis of cranial shape in bears.

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