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Hybrid future? Interbreeding can make heat-averse species more resilient to climate change

By Luciano Beheregaray, Matthew Flinders Professor of Biodiversity Genomics, Flinders University
Chris Brauer, Postdoctoral Fellow Molecular Ecology Lab, Flinders University
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When species naturally hybridise, the influx of genes can reduce their risk of extinction as climate change shrinks their habitats.The Conversation

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