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"Unexpectedly, we did not find the signs of genomic decay as predicted. Our findings suggest that the molly's thriving existence can be explained by the fact that the fish has a hardy genetic makeup that is often rare in nature and gives the animals some survival benefits."

Dr. Manfred Schartl, Texas A&M Hagler Institute for Advanced Study 2015-16 Faculty Fellow
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