Gut microbiome of wild marten could serve as a tool to assess the health of wild ecosystems

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A new study finds the microbial ecosystem in the guts of wild marten (Martes americana) that live in relatively pristine natural habitat is distinct from the gut microbiome of wild marten that live in areas that are more heavily impacted by human activity.

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