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Marine biologists off the coast of Australia have discovered what they believe to be hundreds of new species on the Great Barrier and Ningaloo Reefs. The project is part of CReefs, a global census of coral reefs, which is in turn part of the larger Census of Marine Life, an ongoing effort to catalog all…

Costa Rican Ear Ache

A friend of mine (I’ll call him Duncan Lye to protect his identity) recently returned from a surf trip to Costa Rica with an amazing tale. It all started when Duncan –a large man, known both for his voracious appetite and his unbending temperament– awoke, early one morning, to find that he had developed a…

National Geographic reported this weekend that three new species of salamander have been discovered in distant cloud forests of Costa Rica’s La Amistad National Park. Just like X-Men, each salamander seems to have a special power: “one with a bold streak, one with a ‘ballistic’ tongue, and one no longer than a fingernail,” according to…

These were too cool not to share here. We are like the Robin Hood of scientific imagery… sort of Larval crab Copepod Diatoms To make matters worse… we can’t find the original article these came from… it’s over at National Geographic in some article about plankton or something…