UCF: Fish’ Super Power May Offer Clues About Biodiversity Evolution

UCF: Fish’ Super Power May Offer Clues About Biodiversity Evolution

A group of international scientists, including a University of Central Florida biologist, recently discovered that a species of fish living in the north Atlantic Ocean has an ability to adapt to changing environmental conditions that are linked to the depth of its watery habitat.

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