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The graph below represents data on 13 species of finches studied by Charles Darwin in the latter half of the 19th century. Boxplots divide data into quartiles, with the median generally shown as a line inside a rectangle representing the middle 50% of the data. Observations calculated to be outliers are shown as individual points on the graph.

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of the 13 species represented have a median wing length of less than 65 cm. The species which had the most outliers was also the species with the highest
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