With DNA From A Museum Specimen, Scientists Reconstruct The Genome Of A Bird Extinct For 700 Years

With DNA from a museum specimen, scientists reconstruct the genome of a bird extinct for 700 years

Scientists at Harvard University have assembled the first nearly complete genome of the little bush moa, a flightless bird that went extinct soon after Polynesians settled New Zealand in the late 13th century.

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