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  • The Cincinnati Museum Center has specimens of extinct species such as this Carolina parakeet. The museum is working with government and academic partners to conserve species with help from its genetics lab.
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    The Cincinnati Museum Center has specimens of extinct species such as this Carolina parakeet. The museum is working with government and academic partners to conserve species with help from its genetics lab.
  • Heather Farrington, curator of zoology for the Cincinnati Museum Center, opens a cabinet containing extinct specimens of passenger pigeons, Carolina parakeets, Eskimo curlews and ivory-billed woodpeckers. The museum is using ancient DNA today to help save species on the brink of extinction.
    Jay Yocis/UC Creative Services
    Heather Farrington, curator of zoology for the Cincinnati Museum Center, opens a cabinet containing extinct specimens of passenger pigeons, Carolina parakeets, Eskimo curlews and ivory-billed woodpeckers. The museum is using ancient DNA today to help save species on the brink of extinction.
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