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Imprinting On Mothers May Drive New Species Formation In Poison Dart Frogs

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    By rearing frogs with parents -- or foster parents -- of different colors, biologists discovered that behavior in response to color may be more important than genetics in the evolution of new species. q3-wXUHbNdY.gif

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