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What octopus DNA tells us about Antarctic ice sheet collapse

Turquet’s octopus (Pareledone turqueti) lives on the seafloor around Antarctica. Credit: Dave Barnes/British Antarctic Survey If we want to understand the future, it’s often useful to look at the past. And even more useful if you use octopus DNA to peer into worlds long gone. About 125,000 years ago, the Earth was in its last

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