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eDNA – the 21st century way to keep an eye on shark populations

By December 4, 2017

Scientists say that traces of DNA in the sea can be used to monitor shark populations. It means that current costly, invasive and time consuming methods could be replaced with samples of seawater that provide identifiable ‘tracks’ of numerous species of shark.

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