Humble dung beetles may be ideal DNA detectors for animal surveys
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February 19, 20213 min read, 673 words

Humble dung beetles may be ideal DNA detectors for animal surveysHumble dung beetles may be ideal DNA detectors for animal surveys

Published: February 19, 2021  |  3 min read, 673 words
Biologists wanting to identify the resident creatures of a location, be it nearby woods or a distant mountainside, could soon have new assistants to help them vacuum up a surrounding’s DNA: dung beetles. The guts of these unfussy eaters contain species-identifying mammalian DNA, ...
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