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DNA Banks for Endangered Animals

DNA banks for endangered animals consist of samples of sperm, ova, embryos, tissue samples, and serum. These biological materials are frozen in liquid nitrogen at -196°C or -373°F, where they can be maintained indefinitely. About a dozen zoos and conservation groups around the world have begun collecting genetic material from endangered animals and preserving it. Leer más.

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