BMC Series blog
Tom is an Assistant Editor at the BMC series. Before joining BMC, he completed a BSc in Molecular Biology at University College London.
Speedy species divergence and the curious case of the blind cavefish
Mexican cavefish populations are used by researchers as models to study adaptations to environmental changes. Now, new research published in BMC Evolutionary Biology suggests that the origin of these cavefish populations is potentially as recent as 20,000 years ago, going against widely held assumptions that these populations have a very ancient origin.
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