Snub-nosed monkeys are so inbred they may struggle to survive
Undermined by their own lack of genetic diversityXi Zhinong/FLPABy Colin BarrasWith a global population below 250, things have been looking bleak for the Tonkin snub-nosed monkey. But the creatures might be in even more trouble than we thought. One section of mitochondrial DNA seems to be identical in all members of the largest known population – a...
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