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Wandering outside of the Styx: Surface activity of an iconic subterranean vertebrate, the olm (Proteus anguinus)

Such an integrated approach could be fruitful to understanding the ecology of underground environments, and better comprehending the evolutionary and biological processes affecting subterranean animals. Olm occurrence in springs highlights the importance of more studies on groundwaters and their borders, and suggests that we should approach cave biology processes with more flexibility. Leer más.

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