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Ancient DNA Suggests Climate Change Behind Woolly Rhino Extinction

News   Aug 14, 2020 | Original story from Cell Press

 
Ancient DNA Suggests Climate Change Behind Woolly Rhino Extinction

This image shows the preserved, reconstructed remains of a baby woolly rhinoceros named Sasha that was discovered in Siberia. Credit: Albert Protopopov.

 
 
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