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10 Strange Species Discovered Last Year August 6, 2009

Filed under: biology,evolution,nature — Radiance @ 10:00 AM
Alexis Madrigal of Wired Science shares with us the 10 Strange Species Discovered Last Year, the article that tells us,

Every year, biologists brave the world’s deserts, jungles and industrial ecosystems looking for new species. And what wonderful things they find. It turns out that the real world is totally like the internet: If you look hard enough, you can find just about anything. This year, scientists found caffeine-less coffee plants, tiny seahorses and a 23-inch long bug that looks like a branch, not to mention a strange white slug no one had ever described that was found in a Welsh garden.
Below, you’ll find the top 10 species found and described in 2008, according to The International Institute for Species Exploration at Arizona State University.

Read it, see them and be amazed!


2 Responses to “10 Strange Species Discovered Last Year”

  1. The Guy's Perspective Says:

    Another reminder of how much more there is to discover in this world and beyond!
    Interesting stuff.
    Bring Back Pluto
    "ONE of THE GUYS"

  2. Radiance Says:

    Thanks. Yes, the world still holds huge undiscovered treasure for us to discover and be amazed.

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