PhysOrg Posted May 26, 2017 Share Posted May 26, 2017 In a fresh bid to save the southern black-throated finch from extinction, researchers are turning to a novel analysis of DNA to help plot a path to survival. Already extinct in NSW, this woodland species is endangered in Queensland, having lost 80 per cent of its range in the last 30 years. Under current development plans for its last stronghold, the Galilee basin, it's predicted to lose a further 57 per cent of its remaining habitat. Read the full article on PhysOrg Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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