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How Baby Giraffes Inherit Their Spots

News   Oct 05, 2018 | Original Press Release from Penn State

 
How Baby Giraffes Inherit Their Spots

The research team used modern image software and statistical methods to confirm a 49-year-old hypothesis that giraffes pass on features of their spot patterns to their offspring. Credit: Derek Lee, Wild Nature Institute/Penn State

 
 
 

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