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    Is 95 Degrees to Hot to Mail Geno 2.0 Specimens?

    I emailed National Geographic this questions but received no reply. Does anyone know if high outdoors temperatures degrade specimens?
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    It should be fine, freezing temperatures are okay as well.

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