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Harder foods make for stronger skulls, giving hand-reared animals the best chance of survival in the wild

By D. Rex Mitchell, Postdoctoral Fellow, Flinders University
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Conservation programs can give baby animals the best chance of surviving in the wild by feeding them tough foods, which studies of rats suggest makes their skull bones thicker and tougher.The Conversation

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