A marbled crayfish, in a photo provided by Ranja Andriantsoa. The creature is a mutant species that clones itself, scientists report. The population is exploding in Europe, but the species appears to have originated only about 25 years ago.
A marbled crayfish, in a photo provided by Ranja Andriantsoa. The creature is a mutant species that clones itself, scientists report. The population is exploding in Europe, but the species appears to have originated only about 25 years ago. Ranja Andriantsoa The New York Times
A marbled crayfish, in a photo provided by Ranja Andriantsoa. The creature is a mutant species that clones itself, scientists report. The population is exploding in Europe, but the species appears to have originated only about 25 years ago. Ranja Andriantsoa The New York Times

This mutant crawfish clones itself, and it’s taking over Europe

February 07, 2018 10:25 AM