Scientists discover new ocean species
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Scientist diving amid deep-water corals and ranging the shallows for sea creatures never seen before have returned to the California Academy of Sciences from an expedition in the Philippines bearing new collections of exotic ocean life and record of discovery for countless new species. The life forms the researchers observed during their sea-going venture are "so amazing, spectacular and weird," said academy biologist Terry Gosliner, that they will help shed new light on animal evolution and advance measures to protect the diversity of the long-threatened underwater region.
Scientists discover new ocean species. (2105, June 14). Philippine Star, p. 6.
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