Image of the Day: Spotted Toad
Image of the Day: Spotted Toad
The starry night harlequin toad was lost to science for nearly 30 years until an indigenous community in Colombia permitted conservation biologists to visit its habitat in April.
Image of the Day: Spotted Toad
Image of the Day: Spotted Toad

The starry night harlequin toad was lost to science for nearly 30 years until an indigenous community in Colombia permitted conservation biologists to visit its habitat in April.

The starry night harlequin toad was lost to science for nearly 30 years until an indigenous community in Colombia permitted conservation biologists to visit its habitat in April.

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Sanger Institute Accused of Misusing African DNA Samples
Sanger Institute Accused of Misusing African DNA Samples
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Whistleblowers allege the institute intended to commercialize a research tool based on the material, a violation of agreements with African scientists who collected the sequences.
DNA Could Help Bring Home Remains of Ancient Aboriginal People
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San People Write Ethical Code for Research
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Jef Akst | Mar 21, 2017
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A Tribe of Hornbill Hunters Turns to Conservation
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