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Anne Yoder explains how some claims of new species of lemurs might be "irresponsible."

Anne Yoder, the director of the Duke University Lemur Center, explains how some claims of new species of lemurs might be "irresponsible." A new species can be identified using morphology, behavior, ecology and statistics. The genetic distribution of genes in the population can be used to find out when the population stopped sharing genes.

Credit: Duke University Lemur Center

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