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The internet is not always bad.
A group of scientists on a search expedition recently found a hidden colony of Tasmanian devils that could add “much-needed diversity” to the gene pool and set back the species’ rapid movement toward extinction. And the search expedition was all thanks to a crowdfunding campaign.
After the scientists study the genetics of the healthy devils and compare them to infected populations, they will release the devils into the wild.
Grace Speas is a news reporter, covering streaming entertainment, internet culture, and viral politics.