Biologists inventoried 43,381 previously unknown viruses. "First you have to see the forest before you can pick out a particular tree to work on," explained one of the authors of "Raw Sewage Harbors Diverse Viral Populations." | Harper's Magazine

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Biologists inventoried 43,381 previously unknown viruses. “First you have to see the forest before you can pick out a particular tree to work on,” explained one of the authors of “Raw Sewage Harbors Diverse Viral Populations.”

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Biologists inventoried 43,381 previously unknown viruses. “First you have to see the forest before you can pick out a particular tree to work on,” explained one of the authors of “Raw Sewage Harbors Diverse Viral Populations.”

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