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Climate adaptation may be a family affair

Newborn reef fish can cope with changed water conditions if their parents have already adjusted

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8:51pm, July 1, 2012

A newfound ability of reef fish to adapt to shifting conditions over the course of two generations indicates they might be less vulnerable to climate change than previous research has suggested.

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