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used in True Believer by Sparks

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a group of animals or plants that are similar — typically identified as a group because they can procreate together (reproduce new members of the group)
  • In his room, there were twelve critters; with the exception of a second stuffed bear, representatives of the entire zoological species of North Carolina would be keeping him company.
    Chapter Five (89% in)
  • Most people greatly underestimate the amount of information they learn in a lifetime, and the human brain is able to instantly correlate the information in a way that no other species—or machine—is capable of doing.
    Chapter Three (62% in)
  • It goes back to evolution and the best ways to preserve the species.
    Chapter Seven (87% in)
  • To her, the description of lust was simple: two people learn they're compatible, attraction grows, and the ancient instinct to preserve the species kicks in.
    Chapter Twelve (26% in)

There are no more uses of "species" in True Believer by Sparks.

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