Marine biologist Rudiger Bieler collects samples from a reef near a wrecked ship south of Key West where he found an exotic worn snail. Bieler conducted DNA tests on the snails that found their closest relative lives in the Pacific.
Marine biologist Rudiger Bieler collects samples from a reef near a wrecked ship south of Key West where he found an exotic worn snail. Bieler conducted DNA tests on the snails that found their closest relative lives in the Pacific. Petra Sierwald The Field Museum
Marine biologist Rudiger Bieler collects samples from a reef near a wrecked ship south of Key West where he found an exotic worn snail. Bieler conducted DNA tests on the snails that found their closest relative lives in the Pacific. Petra Sierwald The Field Museum

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