Diet matters less than evolutionary relationships in shaping gut microbiome
from Northwestern University via ScienceDaily
Gut microbes provide many services for their hosts, including digesting their food. Researchers have long known that mammals with specialized diets, such as carnivores and anteaters, have special types of gut microbes that allow them to eat that diet. Is the same true in primates?
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