[Tweeters] How Do Darwin's Finches Respond So Quickly To
Devorah the Ornithologist
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Wed Sep 6 04:51:36 PDT 2017
As I enviously read all about your Galapagos gull chases, I was also busily
researching and writing a story about a couple other bird species that live
in the Galapagos: Darwin's finches. The paper I wrote about explored a
simple question: how do Darwin's finches adapt so quickly to environmental
changes in the absence of genetic mutations? They found these finches'
secret may be epigenetics:
How Do Darwin’s Finches Respond So Quickly To Environmental Changes?
I hope you found this educational, and encourage you to share it widely
amongst your bird pals, on social media and of course, on twitter.
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