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The Antarctic Octopus

A research expedition to Antarctica to study the region’s octopus life has returned with descriptions of four new species, and the first known sub-zero venoms. “Antarctic octopus venom works at temperatures that would stop other venoms in their tracks,” said biochemist Bryan Fry of the University of Melbourne, who led the expedition. 0digg Antarctic octopuses &hellip Continue reading »

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Fishes with Hands?!

Fishes with hands? Yep you heard it right! This picture is not fake, its an actual pink fish with with hands! “Using its fins to walk, rather than swim, along the ocean floor in an undated picture, the pink handfish is one of nine newly named species described in a recent scientific review of the &hellip Continue reading »

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