Ep. 3 - DNA Dissected

Museum Diaries

Described Video:
Oliver Haddrath, research technician in the Royal Ontario Museum's ornithology department, reveals how he uses DNA testing to study large flightless birds and explains how this information can help New Zealand save its endangered kiwi birds. This episode also follows Hernan Lopez-Hernandez, curator of ichthyology, as he and his team use DNA research to confirm new species of cichlid fish.
Aired:
Jun 14, 2021
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