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More than just an abundance of species, biodiversity helps shape all of life on Earth - including us.
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Your vote will help us identify genes that enable birds to survive, allowing individuals with disease-resistant genetic profiles to be bred and released on the isle of Mauritius.
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Science and conservation come together to save this remarkable bird from extinction.