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Continuing its trend as one of the top destinations for out-of-this-world fossil finds, China is yielding yet another piece to the evolutionary jigsaw puzzle. In…View More New Fossil Anemone Reveals Innard Secrets
KAZ – A new occasional series modeled from Ed Yong’s Pocket Science where I will briefly report a few cool studies and tell you why…View More The Tide Pool: New Jelly, Misplaced 6-Gill, Old Ostracods
Due to popular demand and a limited run the authors of the Cephalopod Beak Guide for the Southern Ocean have their book freely available for…View More The Cephalopod Beak Guide Contest
A deep-sea crab walks into a pub and asked, “Where’s the bar tender?” Few deep-sea organisms rely on food originally from land. Most deep-sea dwellers rely…View More Wood, It’s What’s For Dinner