‘Genetic makeup makes survival tough for Kutch camels’
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The health check-up, to be held in another part of the district, is expected to treat 1,000 camels. Recommendations would then be drawn up from the seminar so that conservation efforts can be directed to address these issues.
The genetic study, however, is only the first such study and a number of studies over years, even decades, would be needed to ascertain whether the genetic diversity is getting lower. "If that is the case, then it will be a major cause of concern," said Professor Rank.
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