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Your Questions About How To Discover New Species

Helen asks…

What animal/organism should I choose?

I have to make a poster for biology and I don’t know what organism to do. The guidelines say “Focus your poster on either a newly-discovered species (discovered in the last year, or a species that you consider especially beautiful or important, or a species that scientists might consider particularly unusual in its biological characteristics or habitat. Please help me! It doesn’t even have to be an animal, it can be any living organism and can come from any of the 6 kingdoms.

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Http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-ZJXFzSjdA

Sandra asks…

Could this be part of the missing link between humans and the sea creatures that they originally evolved from?

Scientists with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and the University of California, Santa Cruz, have discovered a species in the Celebes Sea that could be the missing link between species that reside solely in the sea floor’s mud and those that live only in the water column.

New Niche Finder answers:

To clear this up for some…ALL LIFE evolved from the sea. It is thought that the earliest creature that evolved into land animals was a fish that grew legs. Now, you may scoff, but such fish are in existance today in the form of mudskippers…

Http://scienceray.com/biology/marine-biology/mudskippers-fish-that-walk-on-land/

Mandy asks…

Could this be part of the missing link between humans and the sea creatures that they originally evolved from?

Scientists with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and the University of California, Santa Cruz, have discovered a species in the Celebes Sea that could be the missing link between species that reside solely in the seafloor’s mud and those that live only in the water column.

New Niche Finder answers:

There is no missing link.

Thomas asks…

Could this be part of the missing link between humans and the sea creatures that they originally evolved from?

Scientists with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and the University of California, Santa Cruz, have discovered a species in the Celebes Sea that could be the missing link between species that reside solely in the seafloor’s mud and those that live only in the water column.

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It is so obvious we came from a primordial sludge that developed into land and sea

You only have to look at different animals, birds, fish and reptiles to see how we evolved from each other

The religious nutjobs who think a great big grandfather-like magician in the sky waved a magic wand are either on drugs or seriously delusional (or they have a low IQ and are gullible)

Or all of the above.

Daniel asks…

Could this be part of the missing link between humans and the sea creatures that they originally evolved from?

Scientists with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and the University of California, Santa Cruz, have discovered a species in the Celebes Sea that could be the missing link between species that reside solely in the seafloor’s mud and those that live only in the water column.

New Niche Finder answers:

Yall shore that ain’t Sarah Palin?

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