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The Editorial ‘Nurture negatives’ (Nature 551, 414; 2017) erroneously stated that Psychological Science had released a replication report. In fact, the report was in Perspectives on Psychological Science.

A quote in ‘The axolotl paradox’ (Nature 551, 286–289; 2017) implies that animals obtained from a breeding facility in Kentucky have a high rate of malformations. This is not the case. The animals referred to may trace their lineage to the facility, but have been bred and potentially inbred elsewhere.

Nature 552, 302 (2017)


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