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Domesticating Mice Changes Their Appearance

News   Mar 19, 2018 | Original Story from the University of Zurich

 
Domesticating Mice Changes Their Appearance

The white patches in the brown fur of the house mouse are a sign of self-domestication. Credit: Linda Heeb)

 
 
 

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