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Glimmer of Hope for Tahitian Tree Snails' Survival


July 2, 2007

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Despite the mass extermination of Tahiti's unique species of tree snails in recent decades, much of their original genetic diversity can still be found in remnant populations that survive on the island, researchers report in the July 3 issue of Current Biology, a Cell Press publication.
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