Seahorses are some of the strangest fish in the sea. Can their genome tell us why?

Wednesday, December 14, 2016 - 14:31 in Biology & Nature

The weird and mysterious seahorse just got its first genetic closeup. A team of international researchers has sequenced the full genome of a tiger tail seahorse. It is the first seahorse genome to be sequenced. The authors of the new work, published Wednesday in Nature, say the genome could reveal...

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