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DNA Tracking Of Ivory Helps Biologists Find Poaching Hotspots
To stop elephant slaughter in Africa, zoologist Sam Wasser spent years extracting DNA from elephant dung and tissue. Much of the world's poached ivory, he discovered, comes from just three places.
Source: NPR
Posted on: Friday, Jun 19, 2015, 9:12am
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