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Let the genes flow freely to ensure species survival

Plant and animal wildlife species depend highly on gene flow between neighbouring populations to survive changing environmental conditions.

Recent research reviewed more than 70 international studies, which analysed wildlife populations isolated by climate change and human land use, and the subsequent changes in gene pools available to mate with.

The research found well-linked wildlife landscape corridors will be vital for species survival.

Read more at The University of Melbourne

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