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  1. In a study about New York City squirrels, it was discovered that the squirrel populations of adjacent flora-covered islands (or traffic dividers; I’m not sure if they’re called something else in other places) are not very closely related. The traffic is so heavy that only squirrels that very rarely travel to other traffic islands are likely to survive, so the populations don’t intermingle much. That’s some post-apocalyptic movie stuff.