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Old, goopy museum specimens can tell fascinating stories of wildlife history. Finally, we can read them

By Erin Hahn, Postdoc, CSIRO
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Recovering historical genetic data has been severely impeded by the methods used to preserve specimens, from dried butterfly wings to platypus bills floating in alcohol.

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