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Why the Sea Squirt Eats its Brains Out (Sort of)

Good to eat, in traditional MediterraneanĀ and oriental cuisines. Good food for farmed fish, not that they (the fish, I mean) really have much choice in the matter. 1,400 more words

Evolution In General

Stem cell-based regeneration in the ascidian Ciona intestinalis

In general vertebrates have very limited regenerating capabilities. Among invertebrate chordates however, amphioxus and tunicates show remarkable regenerative abilities. Studying regeneration in these animals is important, as tunicates appear to be the closest living relatives of the vertebrates. 817 more words

Regeneration

The End Of The Horror Story

This story has been across three different prompts – Sunday Photo Fiction, Friday Fictioneers and Jeremy’s Daily Challenge. I have enjoyed writing this, but there is only so far you can go with horror before it loses its intensity, so I think it is time for the finale now using… 277 more words

Challenges

Friday Fictioneers: A Drop Of Wine

Friday Fictioneers is a weekly challenge run by Rochelle to create a piece of fiction in around 100 words based on a photo. If you would like to have a go, then head over… 246 more words

Challenges

The Trouble With Bubbles

Every week, a photo is used as a prompt for a piece of fiction of around the 200 word mark. If you want to have a go, then go to Sunday Photo Fiction… 349 more words

Challenges

Sunday Photo Fiction: Terror On The Track - An Ongoing Horror Story

!!THIS IS PART OF AN ONGOING HORROR STORY!!

Every week a photo is used to create a piece of fiction in about 200 words If you want to have a go, then take a look… 276 more words

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Sunday Photo Fiction - Multi Prompt - House Of Horror

!!THIS IS A HORROR STORY!!

Every week a new photo is added as a prompt for writing a piece of fiction around 200 words or so. 269 more words

Challenges