Scientists hope DNA in water could be way to save rare fish


Scientists hope DNA in water could be way to save rare fish
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Scientists in Maine are using DNA to try to preserve the remaining populations of a fish that lives in 14 lakes and ponds in the state and nowhere else in the continental United States. The scientists are turning their eye to the Arctic charr, which is a species of landlocked fish […]

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