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Old 05-04-2022, 11:50 AM   #1
Snakes more likely to inbreed and lose ability to adapt due to urbanization

New research has found that isolated Perth tiger snake populations, such as those surrounded by urban development or seawater, are more likely to resort to inbreeding than those in less 'cut off' communities.


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