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Colder Temperatures Foster Greater Microbial Diversity On Amphibian Skin

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  1. Rich

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    A far-reaching global study has found that climate is a critical determinant of microbial diversity on amphibian skin, with colder, more variable temperatures producing richer bacterial communities than warmer, more stable environments. zpCqr45uCTc.gif

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