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How to Discover Species (Without Killing Them)

It’s no surprise that newly discovered species (or even "rediscovered" species that researchers had thought were extinct) often come from small, isolated populations. This fact means that these new species are already at risk--but museums and private collectors can make these species’ situation even worse, according to the authors of a Perspective article in this week’s issue of Science.

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