Scientists turn to corpse-eating flies to study biodiversity

01/9/2013 | ScienceMag.org

The carrion fly, which finds and consumes the corpses of dead animals, may be the key in researchers' attempts to study animal populations in poorly documented habitats. The approach suggests capturing the insects and then analyzing the DNA from their last meals to identify other animals in the habitat, rather than conducting searches for the animals themselves.

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