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Alaskan squirrel study shows females do far more work than males

(—A team of researchers with members from Northern Arizona University, the University of California and the University of Alaska has found that female Arctic squirrels in Alaska are much busier than males. They have written a paper on their study of the squirrels and have posted it on the open access site Royal Society Open Science.
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