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Killer Sponges

NationalGeographic.com reported -

There are about 8,500 species of sponges, a type of simple, mostly stationary invertebrate, and the vast majority passively filter their food on the seafloor. 39 more words

'Punk Rock' Sea Snail Gets Named After The Clash's Joe Strummer By Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

A sea snail that lives in the depths of the Pacific near hydrothermic vents has been named in honor of late The Clash lead vocalist and guitarist Joe Strummer. 209 more words

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Monterey researchers take first-ever known video of mysterious black seadevil

Published November 22, 2014

FoxNews.com

Research team captured first-ever video of a rarely-seen denizen of the deep called the black seadevil while conducting a dive in Monterey Bay, Calif.  228 more words

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