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A University of Zurich-led team searches for signs of selection and adaptive evolution in orangutan species from Sumatra and Borneo. The researchers considered Pongo abelii, P. tapanuliensis, P. pygmaeus, and P. pygmaeus sub-species found in North Sumatra, Sumatra's South Tapanuli region, and Borneo, respectively. Using genome sequences for 35 of the P. abelii and P.

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