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The critically endangered vaquita has survived in low numbers in its native Gulf of California for hundreds of thousands of years, a new genetic analysis has found. The study found little sign of inbreeding or other risks often associated with small populations. [https://bit.ly/2IPfo2f](https://bit.ly/2IPfo2f) via [@NOAAFish_WCRO](/user/profile/NOAAFish_WCRO) [@EurekAlert](/user/profile/EurekAlert)
The critically endangered vaquita has survived in low numbers in its native Gulf of California for hundreds of thousands of years, a new genetic analysis has found. The study found little sign of inbreeding or other risks often associated with small populations. [https://bit.ly/2IPfo2f](https://bit.ly/2IPfo2f) via [@NOAAFish_WCRO](/user/profile/NOAAFish_WCRO) [@EurekAlert](/user/profile/EurekAlert)
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