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Tokyo Univ. researchers will eventually analyze ten percent of every biological sample for its species content; the rest will be freeze-dried, ground, and measured for radioactivity. Hiroomi Miyamoto holds his ten percent of a recent sample.
Tokyo Univ. researchers will eventually analyze ten percent of every biological sample for its species content; the rest will be freeze-dried, ground, and measured for radioactivity. Hiroomi Miyamoto holds his ten percent of a recent sample. (Photo by Ken Kostel, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

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