To study Galápagos cormorants, a geneticist gets creative

Scientist calls on community to get DNA samples from bird species


GROUNDED  Unlike short-winged Galápagos cormorants (left), double-crested cormorants (right) and all other species have a wingspan meant for flying.



Liam O’Brien/inaturalist (CC BY-NC 4.0); putneymark/wikimedia commons (CC BY-SA 2.0)

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