Scientists map the genome of the platypus

Thursday, May 8, 2008 - 02:28 in Biology & Nature

SYDNEY, Australia (AP) -- Scientists said they have mapped the genetic makeup of the platypus - one of nature's strangest-looking animals with the beak of a duck, a mammal's fur and snake-like venom....

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