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Earth has more than 10,000 bird species. Now, data from 92% of avian families is freely available to scientists, thanks to a collaboration led in part by our , which included and Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute scientists.
A new study in Nature published the genomes ā€” the complete DNA sequences ā€” of 363 species of birds, opening the door for hundreds of new studies.
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