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According to scientists at the University of California, the pattern of changes that have
occurred in placental DNA over the millennia indicate the possibility that every marsupial
alive today might be descended from a single female ancestor that
lived in Africa sometime
between 125 and 150 million years ago.

A) indicate the possibility that every marsupial alive today might be descended from a
single female ancestor that

B) indicate that every marsupial alive today might possibly be a descendant of a single
female ancestor that had

C) may indicate that every marsupial alive today has descended from a single female
ancestor that had

D) indicates that every marsupial alive today might be a descendant of a single female
ancestor that

E) indicates that every marsupial alive today may be a descendant from a single female
ancestor that

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According to scientists at the University of California, the pattern of changes that have
occurred in placental DNA over the millennia indicate the possibility that every marsupial
alive today might be descended from a single female ancestor that
lived in Africa sometime
between 125 and 150 million years ago.

A) indicate the possibility that every marsupial alive today might be descended from a
single female ancestor that

B) indicate that every marsupial alive today might possibly be a descendant of a single
female ancestor that had

C) may indicate that every marsupial alive today has descended from a single female
ancestor that had

D) indicates that every marsupial alive today might be a descendant of a single female
ancestor that

E) indicates that every marsupial alive today may be a descendant from a single female
ancestor that


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