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Gold-mining fungi could guide human prospectors

Shiny, pretty and useful in electronics, gold has been prized by humans for millennia, but we’re not the only ones out there prospecting. Scientists from Australia’s CSIRO have now found a fungus species that mines for gold, and even decorates itself with the precious particles. Following the fungus could be a new, environmentally-friendly way to find large underground gold deposits.

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