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Lemur poop could pinpoint poaching hotspots

05:10 EDT 23 Sep 2016 | Physorg.COM

When Tara Clarke went to Madagascar this summer, she packed what you might expect for a trip to the tropics: sunscreen, bug spray. But when she returned seven weeks later, her carry-on luggage contained an unusual item: ten pounds of lemur droppings.

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